This week saw the 2015 BAFTA Games Awards happen - and we've got the winners, plus a piece on what it's like to be a BAFTA Games Awards judge. By one of the judges: Digitiser 2000's very own Mr Biffo.
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Here's everything you might've missed this week.
- BAFTA GAME AWARDS The winners and losers.
- I WAS A BAFTA GAMES JUDGE Mr Biffo gives an insight.
- REVIEW: ZOMBIE ARMY TRILOGY (PS4/Xbox One/PC) Mo' zombies mo' problems.
- REVIEW: DRAGON AGE INQUISITION (Xbox One/PS4) Yes, we know it's overdue...
- REVIEW: HOTLINE MIAMI 2 (PS4/PS3/Vita/PC/Mac) More 8-bit violence.
- REVIEW: SCREAMRIDE (Xbox 360/Xbox One) Rollercoasters and destruction.
- FEATURE: 10 BEST VIDEO GAME DOCUMENTARIES From e-sports to the ZX Spectrum.
- FEATURE: 10 WORST VIDEO GAME FANCY DRESS COSTUMES Bring on the idiots!
- FEATURE: 20 BEST VIRTUAL REALITY EXPERIENCES The future of entertainment.
- BBC ANNOUNCES GTA DRAMA For BBC2!
- PREVIEW: CUPHEAD Retro platform thrills.
- SAND PITS: THE NEXT GENERATION Interactive sand? Really?
- SHOWER WITH YOUR DAD Do you still shower with your dad?
- STATE OF DECAY: PENIS OVERLOAD Rudeness in games?
- MAN SCARES CAT In Grand Theft Auto V
- RING-SIR! WITH PHONING HONEY Pranking technical support operators.
- THE PREVIOUS WEEK'S ROUND-UP
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