The Video Game Hall of Fame has announced its finalists for this year’s Player’s Choice Ballot. The top three most voted games will make up 2018’s Player’s Choice Ballot. This will then be voted on by a committee of gaming journalists, scholars, and “other individuals familiar with the history of video games and their role in society.” Users have from March 27 to April 4 to cast their votes. The finalists for this ballot are as follows: Asteroids Call of Duty Dance Dance Revolution Final Fantasy VII Half-Life John Madden Football King’s Quest Metroid Minecraft Ms. Pac-Man Spacewar! Tomb Raider The inductees will be announced on May 3 at The Strong in New York. The World Video Game Hall of Fame began inducting nominees in 2015. The original inductees were World of Warcraft, Tetris, Super Mario Bros., Pong, Pac-Man, and Doom. Later inductees would include Halo: Combat Evolved and Pokémon Red and Green. This Hall of Fame is located in the National Museum of Play at the Strong in Manhattan, New York. The museum is also home to a collection of more than 300 arcade games and 37,000 games across various media. Tickets, in order to enter, are $15 for both adults and children. For those interested, tickets can be purchased here.