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  • #3839

    Anonymous

    Half-Life 2 sweeps Bafta awards
    PC first person shooter Half-Life 2 has won six Bafta Awards, including best game and best online game. …..

    Burnout 3 won three awards in the categories for racing, technical direction and best PlayStation 2 game…..

    Halo 2 won the best Xbox game category, while Prince of Persia: Warrior Within was adjudged the best GameCube title.

    The sports award went to Konami’s Pro Evolution Soccer 4. ……

    The originality award was won by PlayStation 2 title Singstar while the children’s award went to GameCube bongo rhythm game Donkey Konga.

    The Handheld Award went to Colin McRae Rally 2005 while the mobile category was won by Blue Tooth Byplanes.

    The audio award was won by Call of Duty: Finest Hour and Hitman: Contracts won the music award.

    bbc news- full story

    not so great for nintendo that there best gamecube game was a multi platfrom game

  • #18163

    Anonymous

    Yeah, not good when the best “Gamecube” game is a game also available on other consoles…….

    Not suprised that HL2 did well though…..

  • #18164

    Anonymous

    Yeah, not good when the best “Gamecube” game is a game also available on other consoles[/quote:07b16c314e]

    And also the fact that the game was terrible!
    Surely Metroid Prime 2, Pikmin 2 & many others were better than that. PoP2 was all the bad elements of PoP1.

  • #18166

    Anonymous

    Oh and best PS2 game ( Burnout 3 ) was also multi-platform…

  • #18168

    Anonymous

    Oh and best PS2 game ( Burnout 3 ) was also multi-platform… [/quote:27d25ccfbd]

    your right, xbox and ps2…. just thinkin GTA:SA didn’t do so well

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    Anonymous
  • #18176

    Anonymous

    I have never heard of the eighties being described as “delicious” before….. ;)

  • #18177

    Anonymous

    I have never heard of the eighties being described as “delicious” before….. ;) [/quote:bdd083f896] obviously, Nooptical, you haven’t ever met anyone as old as Ian before!

  • #18178

    Anonymous

    obviously, Nooptical, you haven’t ever met anyone as old as Ian before! [/quote:bb6d5442ef]

    :eek: Oooh the claws are out eh!!!!

    What’s that they say about about glass houses and stones and throwing and stuff????? It’s escaped me, must be the old age kicking in ;)

  • #18180

    Anonymous

    haha……

    I remember the eighties as He-Man, Thundercats, Action Man and GI:Joe

    :p

  • #18182

    Anonymous

    I feel compelled to point out the lack of A Team and Transformers references, since we’re entrenched in eighties nostalgia at the moment :D

  • #18183

    Anonymous

    Oh yeah, forgot about the A-Team and Transformers. Also Jason and the Wheeled Warriors.

    Was McGuyver eighties or early ninties, or both?

  • #18184

    Anonymous

    & Air Wolf ;)

  • #18186

    Anonymous

    Wasn’t a big fan of AirWolf I must admit……….was never a patch on KNIGHT RIDER

    I now await what inevitably will follow…..

  • #18203

    Anonymous

    Please for the love of God don’t do it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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