Dishonored has been named Best Game at the 2013 British Academy of Film and Television Arts video games awards. The first-person action title is set in a significant plague-ridden city in which the player uses special powers and swordplay to seek revenge on enemies. Its developer Bethesda made a joke confession to Brits for the way it had spelt the game's name.
The Walking Dead - a spin-off from the zombie-themed TV series won two prizes: Story and Mobile & Handheld. The uncompleted Swan was the other title to take two prizes - Debut Game and Innovation. Kind of a Big contract - the developer of Starcrossed - took the Ones to watch award. The Windows Phone title was produced during a nine-week-long games rivalry run by the University of Abertay in Dundee last summer.