It's big grins all round in this gallery of BAFTA video games winners and presenters.
Jane Goldman and Charlie Higson, who revealed Portal 2 as the winner of the Story BAFTA.
Original Music: L.A. Noire
Radio 1 DJ Greg James with LA Noire composers Andrew Hale and Simon Hale. The jury praised the game’s “refreshing choice of freeform jazz that captures the era perfectly.”
Audio Achievement: Battlefield 3
Presenter Suzi Perry with Colin Blackwood of Electronic Arts. The jury described the game’s sound as offering “a dramatic and powerful sense of perspective and space.”
Design: Portal 2
Actor Craig Fairbrass with Josh Weier from the Valve development team. The jury praised the game's “great character, with intricate and fiendishly designed puzzles at the heart of its gameplay.”
Game Innovation: LittleBigPlanet2
Presenters Warren Brown (l) and Pete Williamson (r) with winners Mark Healey, David Smith and Pete Smith. The jury praised the game’s new editor tools which “takes user generated content from a simple ‘level’ to a full game.”
Strategy: Total War: SHOGUN 2
Actor Aaron Staton with winners Kevin McDowell, Scott Pitkethly and Alan Blair. The jury praise the game’s “integration of turn-based and real-time mechanics.”
Mobile & Handheld: Peggle HD
The winning team behind Peggle HD, describer by the jury as “one of the greatest puzzle games ever made.”
GAME Award of 2011: Battlefield 3
Presenter Ortis Deley (centre) with Colin Blackwood and Kevin Flynn from Electronic Arts. This game saw off stiff competition from nine other titles in the public vote.
Action: Batman: Arkham City
Chris Kingsley (l) and Charlotte Jackson with the winning team behind Batman: Arkham City. The jury described the game as “a delight to play and a challenge to master.”
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Hollyoaks stars Ashley Margolis and Jess Fox with the Swallowtail team behind the 3D puzzle/maze game for the iPad.
Online - Browser: Monstermind
The Pickford Brothers (l + r) with Roberta Lucca, Henrique Olifiers, Ric Moore and Mike Bithell of Bossa Studios. The jury praised the “highly innovative game which combines tower defence mechanics with social gaming to create interesting challenges.”
Artistic Achievement: Rayman Origins
Actor Ashley Walters with one of the winning team, Christophe Villez. The jury praised the game’s “rousingly captivating worlds populated by beautiful characters with great interactivity.”
Special Award: Markus Persson
Ian Livingstone OBE with Swedish Minecraft creator Markus Persson, who collected the Special Award
Sports/Fitness: Kinect Sports 2
Sports Interactive's Miles Jacobson (r) with winners Scott Henson, Craig Duncan and Lee Schuneman. The jury described the game as “a delight to play and a challenge to master.”
Online - Multiplayer: Battlefield 3
Presenter Geoff Heath OBE and Kevin Flynn of Electronic Arts. The jury described the game as excelling at “delivering unprecedented levels of player teamwork and roles in a vast, gripping environment.”
Adam Buxton and Philip Oliver (Blitz Games Studios) with Mark Healey, David Smith and Pete Smith. The jury described the game as “a beautiful and charmingly bonkers experience.”
Performer presenters: The Saturdays
The girl group accepted the Performer BAFTA on behalf of Mark Hamill who won for his performance as The Joker in Batman: Arkham City.
Best Game: Portal 2
Presenter Jonathan Ross with Josh Weier from Valve. The jury described the game as “a blend of cerebral accessibility and nascent storytelling trumped only by excellent level design.”