Trying to play 3- 4 games at once. Which one should I play through first?

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#1 jrez7
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Ok so I have God of War, Spiderman ,Red dead Redemption 2 and Resident Evil 2 remake. I haven’t beat none of them because I been splitting time between the four and playing certain games on certain days.

I know at some point I’m have to stop play just one and stop playing the other 3. I’m assuming Red Dead is the longest out of the four.

My question is which games should I play first and in which order

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#2 RSM-HQ
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While I could just select my preference, doesn't seem that would accomplish much for you. So really what's your preference from that list?

Reason why I ask is I tend to play two games at a time personally.

My first is always a comfort food-game, catering to my preference, as such can be very relaxed while playing. The other can really be anything, I've dipped outside my comfort-zone so many times but they're usually story heavy stuff, these ones I play in smaller sessions, on less stressful days. Because I find these more bloated.

Based on your list Spider Man and Read Dead 2 would be my secondary because I do not find openworld games very relaxing by default. Long cutscene games only adds to my distaste. Usually these two combines is an absolute "no" for me.

Yet, openworld games maybe what you prefer. So go with the kind of games you 'want to play' as the priority.

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I'd play shortest to longest. I only play one game at a time though unless it's MP or a non story driven game.

So my order would be RE2, GOW, spider-man then RDR2.

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I don't juggle games anymore. I have so many unfinished games as a result. I play a game all the way through, and then start a new one. If I were in your shoes, I'd just throw them in a box and pull one out and beat that, then pull the next one out, beat that, etc., because you'll want to beat them all at some point anyway.

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#5 Alexander2cents
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Resident Evil 2 Above all.

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#6 mrbojangles25
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I would recommend playing them in pairs.

God of War and Resident Evil are both fairly linear, so I would pick one of those two.

Spider-Man and RDR2 are both open-world, so pick one of those two.

Play the linear one, then when you get bored go for the open-world one.

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#7 TJDMHEM
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god of war

spider man

resident evil 2

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#8  Edited By RSM-HQ
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@mrbojangles25 said:

God of War and Resident Evil are both fairly linear, so I would pick one of those two.

Play the linear one, then when you get bored go for the open-world one.

God of War (IV) is hardily a linear game honestly. It has linear sections, but high in large many of the areas are extremely open-ended and vast. I would even compare its level design to games such as Deus Ex and Dishonered to give a vague idea.

Then again level design was one of the better elements of the last GoW game. Could have done with some camera options because that over-the-shoulder view just didn't work for the game.