In the last debate, we had one of the closest voting races I've ever seen. Persona 4 would take the lead by two or three votes, and then Persona 3 would strike back with a few votes of its own to tie it up. This continued about ten times until one game's pool of fans eventually dried up. It was exciting to see them compete, and both games should be proud of their performance. Here are the results:
This week, the Mickey Rourke of role playing games enters the RPG wrestling ring. Before the multiple console RPG explosions of the 90s, Ultima was already a famous PC series with several installments and countless fans. However, as the veteran aged, things eventually slowed and later stopped as the prestigious PC series inevitably retired. Nothing can take away what it accomplished in the past though, and this week it's up to you to pick which game deserves to represent the entire series in the upcoming RPG series tournament.
Just to be clear, you can vote for any of the main series Ultima games, but Ultima Online is off limits. The purpose of this tournament isn't to include MMOs or online RPGs, but instead focus on great single player RPGs.
Bonus Question: What was your favorite item, enemy, and level of the game you voted for? Tell us why you loved the game!
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