In the last debate we got one step closer to Dtoid's March Madness tournament that will run for several months. Our quest to find the best RPGs for our competition led us to the Breath of Fire series and the response we got was both diverse and passionate. In the end one clear winner was left breathing as the winner who will go on to represent its series in the brackets, but all of the games received a good amount of votes. Here are the results:
This week is the same as last week, except now you're all discussing which Xenosaga game was the best out of the entire series. Which one game is so good that it deserves a spot in the tournament to fight on behalf of all the others that don't make the cut?
What Xenosaga game should make it to the tournament brackets and why? What sets it apart from every other game in its series? Sell me on the idea! Get me stoked to see it compete in the tournament! Give it some serious thought, share your reasoning with all of us, and then check back next week to see how your game did!
Bonus Question: Which game in the series is your least favorite? Why?
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