NEWS - Tuesday, February 10, 2009
COD4 to Lock Horns
Infinity Ward’s acclaimed Call of Duty title – which has already won accolades at the Spike Video Game Awards and the AIAS Interactive Achievement Awards – has received eight BAFTA nominations across fifteen categories.
The game, released back in November 2007, has picked up nominations for Action & Adventure, Artistic Achievement, Gameplay, Multiplayer, Use of Audio, Story and Character, Best Game, as well as the publicly-voted GAME Award.
Yet Grand Theft Auto 4, released six months after COD4, has been nominated in six of the same categories.