Hellblade crowned with a bunch of BAFTA awards

Hellblade crowned with a bunch of BAFTA awards

Last year's hit Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice has so far already picked up a number of awards, but its most notable success was felt at the British Academy Awards last night. Ninja Theory has gone home with amazing five BAFTA awards, most of all nominees.

True, Hellblade has not been named the best game but has been awarded for artistic achievement, best sound, best actor performance, the best British game and the game that is more than entertainment.

In addition to Hellblade, awards also won other games of independent production, including What Remains of Edith Finch, Divinity: Original Sin 2, Night in the Woods, Gorogoa and Cuphead. We will share the full list of winners below.

Artistic Achievement – Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice – Ninja Theory Ltd/ Ninja Theory Ltd
Audio Achievement – Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice – David Garcia Diaz – Ninja Theory Ltd/ Ninja Theory Ltd
Best Game – What Remains of Edith Finch – Giant Sparrow/Annapurna Interactive
British Game –  Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice – Ninja Theory Ltd/ Ninja Theory Ltd
Debut Game – Gorogoa – Jason Roberts, Buried Signal/Annapurna Interactive
Evolving Game – Overwatch – Blizzard Entertainment/ Blizzard Entertainment
Family – Super Mario Odyssey – Nintendo EPD/Nintendo
Game Beyond Entertainment – Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice – Ninja Theory Ltd/ Ninja Theory Ltd
Game Design –  Super Mario Odyssey – Nintendo EPD/Nintendo
Game Innovation – The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – Nintendo EPD/Nintendo
Mobile Game – Golf Clash – Paul Gouge, Alex Rigby, Gareth Jones – Playdemic/Playdemic
Multiplayer – Divinity: Original Sin 2 – Larian Studios/ Larian Studios Games
Music – Cuphead – StudioMDHR Entertainment Inc./StudioMDHR Entertainment Inc.
Narrative – Night in the Woods – Scott Benson, Alec Holowka, Bethany Hockenberry – InfiniteFall/ Finji
Original Property – Horizon Zero Dawn – Guerrilla/Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe
Performer – Melina Juergens as Senua – Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice

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KnightWo1f

Yay! I am so glad about this. They were greatly overshadowed by Breath of the Wild, but this game was easily the best game last year. Its art is gorgeous and its audio was the best thing ever. In fact, as a game developer, I am going to start using that concept of varying audio per ear instead of both...which happens to be very easy to do. Just wow, the creators were geniuses and greatly admirable. Easily beats all of the games of last year and also this year, including Final Fantasy XV, for its art style and beauty.

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jediknight16

This is highly deserved

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VSlameiras

Got it because it diserved it


NDBruin

Just got a PS4 and might have to check this game out and the price is reasonable


MBeast1422

Totally 


t0mix

nice


Doktora90

That are a good news and diserved it


Alleksanderr

Thx for the info!


AlexJedi

Nice


grochu88

nice


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Independent production games dominated the BAFTA awards, and Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice was the most successful.

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