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Assassins Creed

ok so i finally played the first AC. It was unnecessarily long. But cool story i guess. Should I play the subsequent ones? Or play something else (see below)
1 Belinda Carlisle
Heaven on Earth


Option 1: Play more resident evils (up to 4 + code veronica, + i remember u guys
said 4 was very good, but too much RE at once risks it being stale for me and i
wanna really appreciate it)
2Billy Talent
Dead Silence


I could try to play GTA IV or Bioshock 2 again... i have both and got bored so quit
3Ellie Goulding
Halcyon


I could finish my crushing run and plat uncharted 3
4Fear Factory
The Industrialist


I could just sit around and play dyad and bite the bullet and deal with all the seizures
and panic attacks
5I Am War
Outlive You All


I could replay some old PS2 classics (up to God of War 2, which I never played, or
Jak 2 which i haven't played in like 10 years)
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