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Writers Guild crowns Reigns: Her Majesty for best writing in a video game

Reigns: Her Majesty, written by Leigh Alexander, took home the statue for Best Writing in a Video Game.

Emma Kidwell

January 14, 2019

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Newsbrief: The Writers' Guild of Great Britain has announced the winners for its annual Writers' Guild Awards, revealing Reigns: Her Majesty, written by Leigh Alexander (a former Gamasutra editor), took home the statue for Best Writing in a Video Game.

Other nominees included FIFA 19 's narrative-drive story mode "The Journey: Champions," written by Matt Turner, Tom Watt and Martin Korda was first on the short list, followed by Reigns: Her Majesty, written by Alexander. 

Narrative puzzle game The Spectrum Retreat, written by Giles Armstrong and Dan Smith, closed off the list. 

The awards took place earlier today at the Royal College of Physicians in central London, in a special ceremony to mark the union’s 60th anniversary.

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