Gaming BAFTA gongs scooped

The gaming world's version of the BAFTAs, the British Academy Video Games Awards (the BAVGAs), were dished out in the usual red carpet style last nigh

The gaming world's version of the BAFTAs, the British Academy Video Games Awards (the BAVGAs), were dished out in the usual red carpet style last night.Up on stage at the London Roundhouse was Ubisoft, carrying off the coveted Best Game award for Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter. Also making two worthy appearances was Sony for its 2D cartoon gamer LocoRoco (pictured) which picked up Best Character and Best Children's Game.Other stand-out winners were Chris Tarrant's DS favourite, Brain Training, which won Innovation, and LucasArts' multi-platform game Lego Star Wars II for Best Gameplay.Rockstar loses outBut missing from the list of winners and going down as one of the year's biggest travesties of justice was Rockstar's Table Tennis, edged out for Best Sports game by Fight Night Round 3. Surely some mistake?You can catch the entire show presented by Vernon Kay on E4 and repeated on Channel 4 in the next few weeks.See the next page for the results in full.

Innovation Dr Kawashima’s BRAIN TRAINING: How Old Is Your Brain?Artistic AchievementShadow of the ColossusSoundtrack Guitar Hero Character LocoRoco in LocoRocoGame Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Advanced WarfighterStrategyRise And Fall: Civilizations At WarCasual and SocialBuzz!: The BIG QuizScreenplay PsychonautsChildren's LocoRoco Gameplay Lego Star Wars II: The Original TrilogySimulation The Movies Multiplayer Dungeons & Dragons Online: StormreachAction & Adventure Shadow of the Colossus   Technical Achievement Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Advanced WarfighterSportsFight Night Round 3AudioElectroplanktonOriginal Score Tomb Raider: Legend