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The Smithsonian American Art Museum invites the public to vote on which examples of video game art out of the 240 nominees should be displayed at their upcoming "Art of Video Games" exhibit.
A voting site has been set up, with a rather questionable division into eras, platforms and genres. You can vote for one of three games in each of the 80 categories - the winners will be displayed at the museum starting March 16, 2012.
The nominees were chosen by Chris Melissinos, the founder of a website called Past Pixels for "their graphic excellence, artistic intent and innovative game design" and approved by a board comprised of developers, publishers, academics and gaming press.
The Smithsonian American Art Museum has invited the public to vote on which examples of video game visuals will be displayed at an upcoming "Art of Video Games" exhibit.
Among other nominees, there are three that are probably of most interest for The Vault readers - the original Fallout in the PC/adventure section of Era 4, Fallout 3 in the PC/adventure section of Era 5. Additionally, there's also Wasteland, the 1988 predecessor of Fallout, in the Commodore 64/adventure section of Era 2.