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Dishonored crowned best video game at UK ceremony

Published on Mar 6, 2013 9:38 AM
 
Stealth action game Dishonored, featuring a masked bodyguard-turned-assassin, was named best video game of the year at an award ceremony on Tuesday. -- PHOTO: ARKANE STUDIOS

LONDON (REUTERS) - Stealth action game Dishonored, featuring a masked bodyguard-turned-assassin, was named best video game of the year at an award ceremony on Tuesday.

An exotic adventure, Journey, beat big budget rivals to take home five awards at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Game Awards.

Dishonored, developed by France's Arkane Studios that is owned by privately-owned US company ZeniMax Media, beat the widely expected favourite, Journey, for the top prize.

Also nominated for that award were Far Cry 3 from Ubisoft , EA's FIFA 13, Mass Effect 3 from Bioware, and The Walking Dead from TellTale Games.

 
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Background story

BEST GAME:

- Dishonored

DEBUT GAME:

- The Unfinished Swan

BRITISH GAME:

- The Room

GAME DESIGN:

- Journey

PERFORMER:

- Danny Wallace (The Narrator) - Thomas Was Alone

STORY:

- The Walking Dead

FAMILY:

- LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes

ACTION:

- Far Cry 3

SPORTS/FITNESS:

- New Star Soccer

GAME INNOVATION:

- The Unfinished Swan

ORIGINAL MUSIC:

- Journey

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