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You Can Vote For Nintendo In The 10th Annual Family Game Of The Year Awards

Posted by Conor McMahon

With a chance to win a big family gaming bundle, too

Nintendo systems have been gathering families and friends around the television set for decades now, but things are currently more accessible than ever. The TVs are bigger, yet even they're dwarfed by the sheer growth in our selection of games to play on them. Consoles have proven themselves as a family entertainment medium without age limits, and that deserves recognition. Thankfully, Nintendo Life contributor Andy Robertson has organised a way for us to just that.

He's a go-to figure for a family focused perspective on gaming, and his website will be hosting the 10th Family Game Awards in recognition of another great year's worth of titles for everyone. Voting is open from now up until 14th February, and there are seven distinct categories on which to decide, representing teens, infants, grandparents and even workers looking to switch off after a tough day.

It's important to give credit to just how versatile the industry is nowadays, but Family Gamer has even sweetened the deal by offering a giant family bundle of gaming goodies to one lucky voter. It's sure to bring a whole lot of happiness, with Skylanders, Disney Infinity and Angry Birds all represented. To win simply visit the voting page, and once you've picked your favourite titles you just Tweet and send a Facebook message to let them know. Easy!

Take the time to give your opinion and you could be rewarded, so be sure to consider voting this year. After that, please do let us know what game your family most enjoyed in 2013 with a comment below.

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User Comments (9)



Jayvir said:

Why the hell was Mario only in the 3-6 range? I don't know a single kid that young that would be able to play through the first world of Mario.



SMW said:

Why'd they limit Wii Sports Club to just Golf on the grandparents category? I thought Bowling was the big hit for older folks!



K-Gamer said:

Somewhat voted, but it was confusing and categorized terribly, I mean, not that awful but c'mon, 3d World in the Toddler section!? But not Disney Infinity? And teens like myself are going more hardcore than Luigi's Mansion, they're playing COD (but I'm not
The categorizing was in the eyes of an overprotective mother.



mystman12 said:

Ooh! I could win some Angry Birds! They'd make for some great fuel for my fire pit!



unrandomsam said:

@Jayvir I know a kid at about the top end of that scale who has finished the DS NSMB. I would think that would be the desired age group. (To actually get a fair amount out of it).

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