Mar 7, 2010

Assassin's Creed 2 and FIFA 10 Nominated for BAFTA GAME Award

By Paul Hunter

Two high profile Canadian-developed video games have been nominated for a British Academy of Film and Television Arts award -- Ubisoft Montreal's Assassin's Creed 2 and EA Canada's FIFA 10.

The second annual award show, presented by GAME (Europe's leading PC and video games retailer) and BAFTA, will held on March 19 at the London Hilton. The event begins at 8:45pm and will be live streamed on the BAFTA GAME Award website.

Voting is open to the public and you can register your selection here. In total, ten video games are in the running for the BAFTA Game of the Year award.

Best of luck to the Canadian developed games!


Anonymous said...

Seems like this should be rethought given that nobody can actually play the game (AC2). I liked the first one, but won't be buying anymore UBI games.

Creed of Assassins said...

No surprise there... 2 of the best games I've played in recent years.

Anonymous said...

Mass Effect 2 is light years ahead of both titles.

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