Friday, March 27, 2015

Destiny wins the 2015 Best British Academy Game award

The title of Destiny surprised many different reviews with its bare-bone plot. Destiny is a first-person shooter alien game. Bungie, the company that made Destiny, released Destiny after quitting their famous Halo series.

Some people were shocked because, lots of other big-name games that walked away with out a prize. Some of those games were, MarioKart8,  Call of Duty; Advanced Warfare, and Assassin's  Creed: Unity. Those games were the biggest budget nominees. Many of the winners of the awards were related as the David-Goliath story. Even OlliOlli, a skateboard game made by Roll7, beat FIFA 15 and Forza Horizon 2 for best sports video game.

 And the game that won the Best Persistent Game, was League of Legends, a famous online videogame. The game that won the award for original property was Valiant Hearts, a game based of WW1.  And Minecraft won for best family game.

Here are the rest of the winners.
Best gameDestiny (Bungie)
British gameMonument Valley (UsTwo)
Debut gameNever Alone (Upper One Games)
StoryThe Last of Us: Left Behind (Naughty Dog)
PerformerAshley Johnson for The Last of Us: Left Behind
Artistic achievementLumino City (State of Play)
Audio achievementAlien Isolation (The Creative Assembly)
Family gameMinecraft: Console Editions (Mojang/4J Studios)
Game designMiddle-earth Shadow of Mordor (Monolith Productions)
Game innovationThe Vanishing of Ethan Carter (The Astronauts)
Mobile and handheld gameMonument Valley (UsTwo)
Multiplayer gameHearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft (Blizzard Entertainment)
MusicFar Cry 4 (Cliff Martinez, Tony Gronick and Jerome Angelot)
Original propertyValiant Hearts (Ubisoft Studios)
Persistent gameLeague of Legends (Riot Games)
Sport gameOlliOlli (Roll7)
Ones to watchChambara (Overly Kinetic)

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