See the BAFTA winners, and be reminded of all the great games you haven't played yet

Inside snags 4 BAFTA awards

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (you know, BAFTA) held its annual British Academy Games Awards gala last night, in London. The big winner was Playdead’s Inside, which snagged four awards.

Naughty Dog took home the "Best Game" gong for Uncharted 4, and Brenda Romero accepted a BAFTA Special Award for his continued work in the field. Overcooked and Firewatch also took home a pair of BAFTA Awards each.

You can find the winners below, with the 2017 awards presented for games made in 2016.

Special Award: Brenda Romero

Artistic Achievement: Inside (Playdead)

Audio Achievement: The Last Guardian (SIE Japan Studio, genDesign/Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe)

Best Game: Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End (Naughty Dog LLC/Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe)

British Game: Overcooked (Ghost Town Games/Team17 Digital Ltd)

Debut Game: Firewatch (Campo Santo Productions/Campo Santo Productions, Panic Inc.)

Evolving Game: Rocket League (Psyonix)

Family: Overcooked (Ghost Town Games/Team17 Digital Ltd)

Game Design: Inside (Playdead)

Game Innovation: That Dragon, Cancer (Numinous Games)

Mobile: Pokemon Go (Niantic Inc.)

Multiplayer: Overwatch (Blizzard Entertainment)

Music: Virginia (Variable State/505 Games)

Narrative: Inside (Playdead)

Original Property: Inside (Playdead)

Performer: Firewatch (Cissy Jones as Delilah)

BAFTA Ones To Watch Award In Association with Dare To Be Digital: Among the Stones (Bluedoor Games)

AMD eSports Audience Award: Clash Royale (Supercell)

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