First game Ivor Novello goes to Killzone 2
Killzone 2 has become the first video game to receive an Ivor Novello award.
Guerilla Games shooter sequel was nominated alongside Empire: Total War and Savage Moon: Waldgeist.
This year marks the first year that the Ivor Novello Awards have recognised video games by giving them their own category.
Mark Fishlock, director of the Ivors Committee, said: "The Ivors has always sought to reflect the ever-changing world of songwriting and composing. The video games market has matured beyond recognition and big budget orchestral scores are regularly being commissioned."
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