zsocks''s Gamespot Rank
Readers' Choice 2007 Chooser
Official Participant in 2007 Readers' Choice Awards. In a year that could only be rivaled by 1998, this user made their voice heard in GameSpot's 12th-annual Readers' Choice Awards. . . Now known as "Best of."
Virtually There: E3 2008 GameSpot Show Sushi
That's what my ex-wife called me - cold fish These users fought hard to catch one day of GameSpot's E3 2008 live stage show. Much like sushi, watching game coverage is an acquired taste. We just wish we would have seen more of this person.
Readers' Choice 2009 Chooser
Participant in 2009 Readers' Choice Awards. "Sure, that game is good... FOR BABIES!" "That game sucks! It doesn't even have online capture the flag!" "Barbie Horse Adventure: Riding Camp just lost so much of the magic that made Barbie Horse Adventure great." And so on. These intrepid readers braved the chaos of the Readers' Choice process and let their opinions be heard above the cacophony of argumentative commenters. Congratulations, voters!
Best of 2010 Readers' Choice Chooser
Participant in the 2010 Readers' Choice awards. Voting in only a handful of categories is for babies--babies who won't get this achievement! These dedicated not-infants voted in 80% of available categories like a grown-up.
Best of 2010 Dark Horse Rider
Underdogs don't always win. That's why they're underdogs. This user voted on every category, and their choices more often than not were not the Readers' Choice winners. They chose...poorly.
Readers' Choice Chooser
Take that, not-democracy! This user took the system into their own hands by voting in at least one category in Best of 2011.
Readers' Choice Clairvoyant
It's just like in that one movie with Nicky Cage. This user voted for a game in a category in which that game also won the Readers' Choice award.
Hey look, it's a totally original dude wearing armor. With a huge gun and a helmet (a visor?). And he's riding a unicorn. This user was granted this magical emblem for not having any of their user profile images hosted on untrusted websites during The Great Purge of March 2013.