BAFTA announced its winners for the 2014 game awards yesterday, one of which we already announced a few days ago and that was Grand Theft Auto V winning the Fellowship award, but they also grabbed awards in the British Game, Game Design and Multiplayer award categories.

The Last of Us also did well during the show, taking home awards for Action & Adventure, Audio Achievement, Best Game, Story, and Performer. Tearaway for the PS Vita won the Artistic Achievement, Family and Mobile & Handheld awards, whilst Gone Home grabbed the BAFTA for Debut Game.

Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons won the Game Innovation award, whilst Bioshock Infinite grabbed the BAFTA music award, and to finish it off, FIFA 14 got the BAFTA for Sport, which is the fourth time the franchise has won this award.

You can catch-up on all of this by watching the highlights programme on Challenge (Sky: Ch 125, Freeview: Ch 46, Virgin: Ch 139) on Friday, 21 March at 10pm.

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