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Bafta: Vampire Survivors crowned best video game, God of War Ragnarök rewarded five times


The British Academy of Film and Television Arts has rewarded, for the 19th time, the best video games of the past year.

God of War Ragnarök

won five Bafta, British video game awards, on Thursday evening March 30, but saw the title of best game escape it to be awarded to

Vampire Survivors


God of War Ragnarök

is crowned in the categories animation, audio, music, and best actor for Christopher Judge and best supporting actor for Laya DeLeon Hayes.

It additionally won the Game of the Year award, determined by public vote.

The Playstation game is the ninth installment in the hugely successful

God of War series of action-adventure games.

It follows the adventures of a Greek demigod, Kratos, who found himself in 2018 in the universe of Norse mythology.

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Vampire Survivors

won Best Game and Best Design.

This is a game with minimalist graphics and style, where the player tries to survive as long as possible against successive waves of monsters.

19th edition

The Baftas Games were awarded for their 19th edition in London, as part of the 8th edition of the London Games festival which is held until April 8.

According to its director Michael French, London is one of the cities that is home to the most video game developers, thanks to the liveliness of its independent scene, with "more than 700" studios dotted across


British capital.

Source: lefigaro

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