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ROUND ONE: Negative World March Madness: Third Party Edition (Liberty City) RESULTS
March 27, 2015, 01:01:35
Four games, GTAV, Tekken 3, Gran Turismo, and The Last of Us, advanced by a single vote in the tightest region yet.
Portal 2 scoffed at the close matchups around it, blowing out Grand Theft Auto III in dominating fashion.
Perhaps capitalizing on an overabundance of GTA games, Gran Turismo pulled off the upset over Grand Theft Auto V and advanced as a 15 seed.
PLEASE NOTE: Negative World March Madness: Third Party Edition will be taking a week long hiatus while I scout many of the games in their birthplace of Japan. Enjoy the break and get ready to vote when I get back!
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more of the same.
I voted for Gran Turismo. Neither series particularly interests me, but GT at least sort of did enough to make me check out 3. And barely ever play it.
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How many sequels are not more of the same? Isn't that the point of a sequel?
Mop it up
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