The Super Smash Bros. Fighter Ballot was announced during Nintendo's last Direct presentation and ever since then, we've heard a lot of internet-shouting as to who deserves a spot. Be it best friends, worst enemies, or gaming grandmas, everybody has been giving their opinions, and game developers are no exception.
Here is a collection of video game developers, both big and small, who are actively promoting their characters for inclusion in Super Smash Bros. for 3DS and Wii U.
Playtonic Games is currently working on Project Ukulele, the spiritual successor to Banjo-Kazooie. Still, the ex-Rare development team is actively rooting for the bear and the bird as DLC.
Xbox boss, Phil Spencer, is with Playtonic (and about half of the Internet in wanting Banjo and Kazooie up against Mario and Sonic in Smash.
Playtonic Games, like their next choice, isn't playing by the rules. They are putting in a second vote for Donkey Kong villain King K. Rool.
WayForward wants you to rub the lamp extra hard and send Shantae the half-genie out of her self-titled series (Shantae and the Pirates Curse, Shantae: Risky's Revenge) and into the tussle.
Team Meat, the creators of the popular indie title Super Meat Boy, want to see their bloody baby making messes in the battlefield.
Developers of SteamWorld Dig and its sequel SteamWorld Heist want to oil up Rusty and throw him into the fray.
Yacht Club games has dug its way into our hearts with Shovel Knight. Now they want to see the iron-clad, dirt-scooping hero in Smash.
Last, and certainly least likely, AdventureQuest developer, Artix Entertainment, wants to pit Artix up against Nintendo's finest.