A few weeks ago I decided to sell back a bunch of my games that I knew I wouldn't be replaying. Ar Tonelico: Melody of Elemia, a second copy of Dragon Age 2 (long story on how I had two copies), and Fairytale Fights (an awfully boring game) were a few of the games I decided to ditch. I was ecstatic when the GameStop guy told me I managed to gain $58 in store credit! $58
Naturally I couldn't help but look around for at least one game to buy, preferably a used game to save money. I came across a $15 Assassin's Creed for Playstation 3. I've been thinking about playing the game for a while since I always hear rave reviews so I figured "What the hell, it's only $15 and technically it's free since I'm not spending legit money."
But to be honest I'm kind of pissed I wasted $15 in store credit because I'm so bored with the game. The concept is pretty cool. I like the whole sneaking around, blending in and basically being able to climb every damn thing in my path, but the game is so slow
I've already done a few kills and I feel as if the game is simply repeating itself. Not to mention the storyline is so weird with the back and forth and I'm not even engaged enough to want to know more. I think I'm pretty over this game.
In the end a few people mentioned to me that the first game was kind of meh, but that the others were fan-effing-tastic. But apparently the games make more sense if you play the first one. Not sure if I really can do that. I just feel like I'm better off restarting Dragon Age 2 (since I wanted to in the first place) or starting Eternal Sonata (which is made by the same people that make the Tales series I love!)Should I just suck it up and finish the game or should I simply move on to the sequel? What did you think of Assassin's Creed?