|Match Date||Sunday, April 18th, 2004|
|Final Fantasy VII - 87.78%|
72 for - 0 against
|Final Fantasy VII - 96.76%|
And with this match, the total joke that was Division 32-64 began. Going by the pure numbers, this division was the easiest to call by barely edging out Division 8 in overall prediction percentage. Suikoden II, while an amazing game, never stood a chance. This division was all about the imminent Final Fantasy 7 vs Ocarina of Time final, and no game could have possibly stood in the way of either of them en route to kicking the crap out of each other. This match was a simple warmup, and FF7 performed just like a potential champion should. It had a prediction percentage in the high 90s, an insane vote total for the poll in comparison to the average vote totals that we would get in the contest, and it managed complete domination in every facet. No point in saying any more, really. FF7 wins, and everyone knows why.
And in case you didn't, gamefaqs because famous because of FF7. Kao Megura's guide brought the initial popularity, and we just took off from there. The site also adopted an RPG identity, hence why other sites refer to us as RPG/Console fanboys. Like it or not, we are. At least the majority of us, anyways. Speaking of Kao Megura, FF7 would get a huge popularity boost right in the middle of this contest. Not that it needed it, of course. But the boost was not because of anything good; quite the opposite, actually.