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ROUND ONE: Negative World March Madness: Third Party Edition (Raccoon City) RESULTS
March 21, 2015, 02:07:42
Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow snuck by Tales of Symphonia by a single vote thanks to ploot's last second difference maker.
Chrono Trigger lived up to its number one seed, with the classic game blowing by one of the newer games in the field in Runner 2.
Super Castlevania 4 is
not universally beloved
, but it took down the higher ranked but more obscure Radiant Historia without much difficulty.
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Many V's lost their lives on that day.
*uses the White Chronicle to switch to a timeline where Radiant Historia advances*
Ploot, you're cruisin' for a bruisin'!
Have you tried Aria of Sorrow? It's available on Wii U.
lol. Take me with you.