- Nintendo's Wii Sports has swept the board at the 2007 British Academy Video Games Awards in London.
The energetic title took home awards in categories such as gameplay, strategy and simulation, innovation and sports.
The game allows players to compete in onscreen sporting events using the Wii's controller as a tennis racquet, golf club or even bowling ball.
However, the title did not manage to take the coveted best game award which went to Xbox title Bioshock.
The first-person shooter, released in August, is set in an underwater world populated by mutants and mechanical drones. It received acclaim from gamers and the Bafta judges.
The evening ended with Will Wright, creator of The Sims, being awarded a Bafta fellowship in recognition of more than 20 years' work in the industry.
Mr Wright is currently working on the hugely-anticipated life simulation game Spore.