Earlier this year, the Game Audio Network Guild nominated several massively multiplayer games (MMOGs) for its annual awards. None won. The last sighting of an MMOG sound and music nomination before that was in 2005, when EverQuest II's theme music won Laura Karpman another trophy for Best Arrangement of a Non-Original Score. An MMOG has never been nominated for BAFTA's Video Game awards in the Audio or Sound category. It's about time MMOGs stepped up to the plate, IGN would say. With as much production values invested in the games, it's time more attention was paid to sound and music.