Help send an Australian GameSpot reader to E3 2014!

Part 2 of our Watch Dogs E3 2014 competition commences!

Thank you to all Australian GameSpot readers who sent through their entries for our Watch Dogs E3 competition. Part 2 of the competition has commenced, and it's up to you to decide who gets the trip of a lifetime!

Head over to this competition page and vote for the three finalists to decide who goes through.

Good luck everyone!

Written By

Zorine “harli” Te is a long time Australian competitive gamer and also an Associate Editor at GameSpot.

Discussion

13 comments
vando23
vando23

the percentages now add up to %63 for all 3. I think the voting page needs some fixing


mrfluffy_88
mrfluffy_88

How come the videos changed? The video numbers are now different, is this going to effect the votes?

vando23
vando23

There is no way number one could be winning by that much, it doesn't really make sense. Number 2 is the only one with any humour or effort yet it's being smashed. If every click is counted as a vote it would be super easy to make a script that was churning out the votes constantly which is very not fair. Should be one vote per person. If this is happening then you better get your act together Gamespot or you're gonna be sending the wrong guys to E3.

mrmealtime101
mrmealtime101

I made a video that was far better than,the first one. Waste of my time and money

orbit991
orbit991

All these gamespot/watchdog "collaborations" are making me a bit nervous about your upcoming review.

88obsolete88
88obsolete88

I don't even get the first clip... how is it winning by such a large amount... Unless there's something I'm missing here...

nobytels
nobytels

@vando23 The competition isn't to make the funniest video.

Also read the competition rules, the votes go towards 40% and the 'judges' count for 60%. So it will be a subjective decision to make the final call anyway.

I find it funny people are complaining about a 'hacking' video made and submitted for a competition for a game that revolves around.....erm hacking. Taste is subjective but the top video fits the brief perfectly. Got my vote.

bernard978
bernard978

@orbit991  Why would anyone go by the likes of Gamespot, IGN or PCGamer? they are all unreliable.

orbit991
orbit991

@bernard978 @orbit991Compared to others Gamespot has been unusually critical where it was warranted, unlike the others you mentioned. Hell, sometimes they caused a riot on these forums for giving to low of a score. So I do check out their score first along with user reviews.