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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 12:42pm 08/04/22 | 1 Comments
With The Artful Escape winning the Artistic Achievement award and Unpacking winning Best Narrative and EE Game of the Year it was a great night for Australian artists and developers at the prestigious 2022 BAFTA Games Awards. Overall Best Game was given to the PlayStation exclusive Returnal, which also picked up awards for Music and Audio.

Here's the full list of winners.

Best Narrative: Unpacking
Best Evolving Game: No Man’s Sky
Best Original Property: It Takes Two
Audio Achievement: Returnal
Best British Game: Forza Horizon 5
EE Game of the Year (public vote): Unpacking
Technical Achievement: Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart
Best Debut Game: Toem
Best Multiplayer Game: It Takes Two
Music: Returnal
Game Beyond Entertainment: Before Your Eyes
Best Performer in a Supporting Role: Kimberly Brooks (Hollis Forsythe, Psychonauts 2)
Best Family Game: Chicory: A Colorful Tale
Artistic Achievement: The Artful Escape
Best Game Design: Inscryption
Best Animation: Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart
Best Performer in a Leading Role: Jane Perry (Selene Vassos, Returnal)
Best Game: Returnal

A great selection and well deserved wins for Aussie studios Witch Beam and Beethoven & Dinosaur. Head here for the full list of winners and nominees.

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Posted 07:17am 09/4/22
Underrated game. Returnal is fire. Finish it if you put it down, pick it up if you never did.
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