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ROUND TWO: Negative World March Madness: Third Party Edition (Raccoon City) RESULTS
April 10, 2015, 09:28:35
Resident Evil REmake had to sweat through its matchup until the eleventh hour when it finally received the deciding vote to put it into the next round ahead of Phoenix Wright.
Chrono Trigger lived up to its lofty status by taking down Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow without needing to break a sweat.
Lowest Seed Standing:
The Raccoon City region has gone largely to plan, with the sixth seeded Shovel Knight being the lowest surviving seed. Next up is one of its biggest influences in Mega Man 2.
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Sad to see Phoenix left behind, but oh well.
Shovel Knight vs. the game that inspired it most, that's pretty neat.
Sad to see
Street Fighter II: TURBO
get knocked out. But this community is pretty down on fighting games, so I suppose this wasn't an unexpected outcome.
2 out of 4 again for me.
Mop it up
It was also up against a practically flawless game (ok that stupid boss where you need bombs might be considered a flaw). I don't think losing to MM2 is an indictment.
Mega Man 2
is pretty awesome, I can't argue that.