i just bought Assassins Creed, and Mass effect together for $44 and i like RPGs and action games. and i know these are good games but i wanna know if this is still a good purchase?
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Assassin's Creed is repetitive but fun, and it may well be the best looking game on the 360 if you have an HDTV. Mass Effect is very, very good. I think it has verygood replay value. I've played it through 3 or 4times with differentcharacterclasses and different good/evil alignment. $44 for both might be a bit much, but it's not terrible.
You by no means were ripped off.
whilst you could have obtained them cheaper they are quality. Assassin's Creed is fun the first time through but repetetive and I didn't feel the need to replay it. Mass effect however provides lots of replay value and you'll want to complete it at least 2 times if not moreto explore its different choices, character classes.
A good buy imo. Btter than I'd get in the Uk that's for sure.
If they are both new game, then yes they are. A little bit more than what I would've paid though
i just bought Assassins Creed, and Mass effect together for $44 and i like RPGs and action games. and i know these are good games but i wanna know if this is still a good purchase?ImpliedBunny
Like other people said, you definitely could have gotten them cheaper, assuming you live in the U.S. I actually just bought Assassin's Creed yesterday for $13.44 including tax from GameStop.
As far as replay value goes, I found Mass Effect to have a lot. I've played through the game 3 times already for a total of over 100 hours, and I plan on playing it at least once more around the time that ME2 will be released.
Regarding Assassin's Creed, I'll admit it may not have much replay value, but it's one of those games that I can just be randomly in the mood for. I beat it once back near when it first came out on my old roommate's 360 and I've been contemplating getting it pretty much ever since I got my 360 nearly a year ago.
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