91 per cent of voters think Bioshock creator should be included in annual list
Bioshock's creator Ken Levine is a candidate for Time Magazine's annual 100 most influential people issue.
"His propensity to elevate the conversation makes the designer one of gaming's luminaries," says his description on Time's poll.
The entry credits him with helping to spark the "games as art debate", and as of writing, 89.36 percent of voters agree he should be included in the issue
Levine worked on Looking Glass Studio's Thief: The Dark Project, before leaving to found Irrational studios in 1997.