Wii Sports Cleans Up At The British Academy Video Games Awards

Wii Sports Cleans Up

Nintendo’s number one selling game title “Wii Sports” cleaned house at the British Academy Video Games Awards in central London.

It claimed the best sports game and also won five other awards, including best innovation, strategy and most important gameplay.

The Nintendo’s Wii uses a motion-sensitive and wireless controller that can be used like a tennis racket, golf club or baseball bat.

Best game prize at the awards went to “BioShock,” an highly acclaimed “first-person shooter” set in a underwater city. So the Wii didn’t take every top prize.

2 other games won 2 prizes: the organized crime thriller “Crackdown” for use of audio ; action and adventure and the Greek mythology game “God of War 2” for technical achievement and story and character.

Since 1997 Bafta , most known for its annual film awards “The British Oscars” , has given out awards to the year’s best video games.

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