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  • Blog Post: Get Your Final Waluigi (Or Whoever Else You Want) Votes In For Super Smash Bros. Today

    Today is the last day you can cast your vote for Waluigi to join the Super Smash Bros. roster. Technically, you can vote for other characters, as well. The Smash Bros. Fighter Ballot began on April 1 of this year, and has been accepting submissions since that day. There are now promises that the ballot... More
  • Blog Post: Microsoft's Phil Spencer Shares Hopes For Banjo-Kazooie In Super Smash Bros.

    Nintendo recently opened the door to fans to suggest Super Smash Bros. guest characters which excited everyone, including Microsoft's head of Xbox, Phil Spencer. Responding to a tweet directed at Spencer by twitter user @PedroDarkinson , Spencer said he thinks, "it would be cool" is Banjo... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Introduces Way To Vote For New Super Smash Bros. Fighters

    During today's Nintendo Direct, Nintendo announced a Super Smash Bros. fighter ballot. You can cast your votes now on the game's website . With this poll, you can vote for your favorite Nintendo characters that you would like to see appear in the Wii U and 3DS Super Smash Bros. In the ballot... More
  • Blog Post: Mighty No. 9's Second Playable Character Design Has Been Selected

    Back in September , the polls opened on Mighty No. 9 for backers and non-backers alike to vote on the visual direction of the game's second playable character, Call. The votes have been counted, and Call's design has been decided. Version F was proclaimed the winner taking 43.39% of the votes... More
  • Blog Post: The Polls Open On Choosing Mighty No. 9's Second Playable Character

    It's up to the backers and fans to decide what Mighty No. 9's second playable character, Call, will look like, and the voting is officially open. There are nine different designs to choose from, and you can head here to cast your vote, which you can do even if you are not a backer. Mighty No... More
  • Blog Post: Oddworld Inhabitants Asks You To Choose What Comes Next

    Developer Just Add Water is putting the finishing touches on Oddworld: Abe’s Oddysee New ‘n’ Tasty, but it is already thinking about what to work on next, and they are calling for help. Over on Oddworld's official website you will find a poll where you can vote on what you want... More
  • Blog Post: When Do You Think Digital Will Eclipse Retail Sales?

    The London Games Conference is taking place this week in – you guessed it – London, where attendees will be discussing the digital transition, among other topics. To get people in the mood, the organization (in collaboration with MCV ) polled 1,000 industry executives on when they thought... More
  • Blog Post: Japanese Gamers Excited About NGP

    Anticipation is difficult to quantify, but Japanese publication Famitsu surveyed its readers to get an idea of how pumped up they are about Sony's upcoming handheld. The answer? Pretty pumped. Gamasutra is reporting that 76.2 percent of polled Famitsu readers said that they want the NGP. By contrast... More
  • Blog Post: UPDATE: Vote For The Best Games Of 2010

    UPDATE: Voting has closed. Thanks for expressing your opinion! ORIGINAL STORY: What are your favorite games of 2010? We’re giving you a chance to vote for what you think are the best titles from this past year, broken out into different categories such as the overall Game of the Year, Best Action... More
  • Blog Post: Most Of You Don't Change Character Names

    In last week's poll we asked Game Informer users to make their voice heard regarding renaming characters in games. Tons of games, mostly RPGs, throughout gaming history have given gamers the chance to feel more attached to their games by personally expressing themselves through custom character names... More
  • Blog Post: Majority Of Australians Support R18+ Classification

    The debate on whether or not to introduce R18+ rating classification for adult games that prohibits content to minors continues in Australia. However, new data shows Australians strongly support this measure despite ex-attorney general Michael Atkison's belief that "only a small amount of very... More
  • Blog Post: Mario Madness Final Four Voting Is Live!

    Though Butler's Cinderella dreams were crushed by the Blue Devils last night, hope springs eternal in our Mario Madness poll. Though we're running a little bit behind the NCAA, the good news is that we have four fantastic games in the Final Four: Super Mario Galaxy, Super Mario Bros. 3, Super... More
  • Blog Post: Cast Your Vote In Time’s 2010 Top 100 Poll

    As it does every year, Time is asking you to weigh in on the most influential people of 2010. Essentially an internet popularity contest, the most influential people of the year are decided by fans who rally their peers to support a favorite personality. This year a few notable gaming names made the... More
  • Blog Post: Mario Madness Elite 8 Announced, Voting Is Live Now!

    Our Mario Madness tournament continues, and with the announcement of our Elite 8 finalists, things are getting serious. By now, a good many pretenders (and surprising number of all-time classics) are sitting on the pine, watching the action from the outside. The last round of sixteen had some killer... More
  • Blog Post: Mario Madness Sweet 16 Poll Voting Is Live!

    After tabulating thousands of votes, we, the bean counters of Gameinformer.com, are proud to announce that polling is open for the Sweet 16 round of our Mario Madness bracket poll. Overall, many of the heavy hitters you’d expect carried the day, with games like Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros... More
  • Blog Post: Game Informer’s Mario Madness Tournament Kicks Off!

    Since the whole country has bracket fever, we decided to put a video game twist on the annual NCAA basketball tournament. The result is Mario Madness, an online, 32-game tournament that will determine which Mario title that you, the readers of Game Informer, feel is the greatest of all time. Voting is... More
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