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2002 BAFTA Interactive Awards Recipients Named

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts named the recipients of its 2002 BAFTA Interactive Entertainment Awards.

Game Developer, Staff

October 14, 2002

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A partial list of winners include: Interactivity
Pikmin (Nintendo/Nintendo) Audio
Luigi’s Mansion (Nintendo/Nintendo) Sports Game
Grand Prix 4 (Microprose/Infogrames) Mobile Game
SMS Chess (Purple Software/Sony Ericsson) Multiplayer Game
Halo (Bungie/Microsoft) PC Game
Neverwinter Nights (BioWare/Infogrames) Console Game
Halo (Bungie/Microsoft) BAFTA also bestowed a cleverly titled Special Award to Ian Livingstone for his long career in interactive entertainment, from his early days of paper-gaming collaboration with Steve Jackson to the Eidos boardroom of today.

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