Nintendo scooped four major prizes at this year's Bafta Interactive Entertainment Awards with its game Legend of Zelda:Ocarina of Time.
The Nintendo N64 console game took away the top awards for best game, most innovative game, best interactivity and best computer programming.
Other games taking prizes in the second year of the interactive Baftas were Driver and Wipeout for the Sony Playstation and Grand Theft Auto:London for the PC platform.
Carlton Online's "fun and games" website Jamba www.jamba.co.uk won best entertainment website.
Toby Guard, the creator of Tomb Raider sex bomb Lara Croft, won a special award in recognition of his personal contribution to the UK interactive entertainment industry.
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