In the 90s, investment in British film began to rise and the perennial British strongholds of period dramas and romantic comedies once more achieved international success. Satellite television, which first emerged in the 80s became increasingly popular, and at the end of the 90s Channel 5, as well as digital television, was launched, leading to an upsurge in the number of channels available. Meanwhile, advances in technology gave rise to several new genres of game, such as the first person shooter (FPS) and real-time strategy (RTS). The craft of game-making started to mature and borrowed increasingly from the language of film, with games becoming more epic and cinematic. BAFTA New York was established.