Realtime Worlds Lead Europe with BAFTA Double Win

Dundee-based Realtime Worlds won two BAFTA's for 'Action and Adventure'and 'Use of Audio' at the gaming industry BAFTAs in London on Tuesday 23rd October, making it the most successful European studio at the ceremony.

The company received no less than five nominations for the British Academy Video Games Awards, for its critically-acclaimed title Crackdown, which was released in February this year exclusively on Xbox 360.

The nominations were for:
Action and Adventure
Technical Achievement
Use of Audio

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predator4069d ago

i thought crackdown was a really entertaining game, hope after they have finnished ABP they will do a sequel

Bleem3604069d ago

Crackdown is one of my favorite games on the 360 since it launched. In my opinion, better than many of the AAA first party releases - Can I say Halo 3 & Gears of War here without the fearing some sort of backlash?

Really annoyed when they said 'No' to a Crackdown 2.