Microsoft's Halo has scooped two Bafta awards, at the Interactive Entertainment Awards ceremony which was held in London last night.


The game managed to pick up the awards for best Console Game and best Multiplayer game, for it's "stunning cooperative mode by taking the console multiplayer experience to a new level".

Neverwinter Nights from Infogrames was awarded as the best PC Game, and the company also won the best Sports Game, with Grand Prix 4, which the judges felt GP4 had "enormous depth and a vast array of racing and game variables, reflecting accurately the nature of both the real sport and its most ardent fans".

Nintendo's star titles also picked up awards, with Luigis Mansion getting best use of Audio, and Pikmin being praised for the Interactivity that the game offers.