reeesy wrote:Shame Nintendo doesn't really get a mention.
Not a huge surprise though. The last year has been more about winding down the Wii and launching the WiiU. I'm sure we'll see a stronger Nintendo presence at the Baftas once the big 1st party titles come.
I doubt there will much of a Nintendo presence, and even if there is, they wont win much.
Sorry to be so frank but these awards just don't seem to be for the Nintendo style of gaming. They seem to be focused around a side of gaming I am not that keen on and that is games that try to be like movies. Its basically just like watching a terrible movie except every now and then you have to press a button or else the movie ends and you have to watch that same part again, unlike the style of gaming I like which is where the gameplay is actually relevant and the story is told through it. They really should leave the cinematics to cinema and concentrate on making games that do what games do best, instead of mimicking what films do best.
I think that gaming would be better if every developer played Link's Awakening, that's a game that does it right!