Segmentnext picks up on some strange PC news. In the third annual MMO Hall of Fame induction ceremony, five games were selected. Some of those are decided by the very people who created them.
"Each committee member selects 10 games they feel have set standards in the gaming field. The lists of nominees are forwarded to the Hall of Fame and tallied by the curator. Any games receiving 60 percent of the votes become automatic inductees." That doesn't necessarily mean that the developer voted on his own game then. I mean, it's highly unlikely that he didn't vote on it, but there isn't any real proof here, just an accusation.
Hall of fame should actually mean something
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