Fallout 4 won best game at the 2016 Bafta Game Awards, but indie titles Everybody’s Gone To The Rapture and Her Story stole the show as each picked up three awards.
The fourth instalment in the Fallout franchise beat off competition from the likes of Metal Gear Solid V to claim the top award of the night, after its critically acclaimed release at the end of last year was met with a flurry of fan excitement.
Engineer John Carmack, the man who help create the 3D first-person shooter genre with his work on the original Doom and Wolfenstein 3D, was honoured with the Bafta Fellowship.
But it was elsewhere that much of the glory went, as indie titles grabbed most of the Bafta masks on offer.
Here’s who won what in London.
Everybody’s Gone To The Rapture
Performer – Merle Dandridge as Kate Collins
Mobile and Handheld
This was the first game as an indie developer for creator Sam Barlow, having previously worked on the Silent Hill franchise.
The hugely popular game has become a smash hit online, hence the multiplayer award.
Ori And The Blind Forest
The Anime-inspired Xbox and Windows exclusive platform game is the story of a young orphan destined for heroics.
Batman: Arkham Knight
The fourth instalment in this Batman series, it features the voice of Luke Skywalker himself – Mark Hamill – as The Joker.
The PlayStation exclusive action role-player is very high on gore.
Starring Hayden Panettiere, the butterfly effect inspired game is something of tribute to teen slasher horror films.
The top-down management simulation sees players having to build and control their own maximum security prison.
Life is Strange
The story of a girl who discovers she can rewind time, and enters the surprisingly dark world of her friends and neighbours.
AMD eSports Audience Award
The action battle game beat off some big name competition from both Call Of Duty and League Oof Legends to win this award.
Ones to Watch
Created by a group of American students, SUNDOWN is a stealth action game where players are completely invisible in the dark.