The fed'rul gummint may shut down in the next two days, but voting on which games will be featured in 2012's "The Art of Video Games" won't. It's been extended another 10 days to April 17. Winners still will be announced May 7. The show will open March 16, 2012 at the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington.
Smithsonian Extends Voting For 'Art Of Video Games' Nominees
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One of the easiest bits of news to miss on Monday’s Gamescom Opening Night Live show was tucked away in an ad for the Epic Games Store. A simple sizzle reel that showcased a number of games exclusive to the controversial digital PC game storefront included an upcoming indie that previously wasn’t in Epic’s roster: Oddworld Soulstorm. Shortly after, Oddworld creator Lorne Lanning posted a message via the Oddworld Twitter account.