And your Round 2 winners are... - The Ultimate PS3 Showdown, Round 2

  • Posted August 1st, 2012 at 06:39 EDT by Kyle Prahl

We're well on our way to deciding the best PS3 game ever, and thanks to your votes, we have a new list of winners!

Round 2 polling has officially closed, and you've decided who gets to stay in this competition. The rest have been sent packing. Better luck next time!

The eight champions listed below will square off in Round 3, where you will decide which games will earn a place in the coveted Final Four. Your official contest entries begin there, and remember - a free PS3 game is on the line!

Without further ado, here are the Round 2 winners in The Ultimate PS3 Showdown!

Northwest Division

GRAND THEFT AUTO IV VS. JOURNEY

WINNER: GRAND THEFT AUTO IV, 47 votes, 55.29%
Journey, 38 votes, 44.71%

DEMON'S SOULS VS. GOD OF WAR III

WINNER: GOD OF WAR III, 79 votes, 75.24%
Demon's Souls, 26 votes, 24.76%

Northeast Division

PORTAL 2 VS. HEAVY RAIN

WINNER: HEAVY RAIN, 55 votes, 61.80%
Portal 2, 34 votes, 38.20%

UNCHARTED 3 VS. SKYRIM

WINNER: SKYRIM, 62 votes, 50.41%
Uncharted 3, 61 votes, 49.59%

Southwest Division

UNCHARTED 2 VS. FIFA 12

WINNER: UNCHARTED 2, 70 votes, 72.16%
FIFA 12, 27 votes, 27.84%

GRAN TURISMO 5 VS. LITTLEBIGPLANET 2

WINNER: LITTLEBIGPLANET 2, 54 votes, 64.29%
Gran Turismo 5, 30 votes, 35.71%

Southeast Division

METAL GEAR SOLID 4 VS. RESISTANCE 3

WINNER: METAL GEAR SOLID 4, 70 votes, 62.50%
Resistance 3, 42 votes, 37.50%

inFAMOUS VS. BATTLEFIELD 3

WINNER: inFAMOUS, 53 votes, 73.61%
Battlefield 3, 19 votes, 26.39%
 

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Kyle Prahl is PSU's editor-in-chief and a Communications student at the University of Minnesota. If you care about PlayStation or the life of a pale Midwesterner, you should follow him on Twitter.
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