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2-28-2012 @ 5:19PM
@bapo:I cannot place enough emphasis on my recommendation that you play the first 2 games before playing the third. I don't care if you don't get through them by March 6. Starting with part 3 is like jumping into a sweet trilogy by starting on book 3--only worse. If you care about story in games even in the least bit, you are doing yourself a huge disservice (IMO, obviously) by not playing the first two because they are both so epically awesome.No other game trilogy I am aware of deserves this sort of disclaimer, so it's kind of counter-intuitive. But if you play them in order you can enjoy them all at face value. That's 3x the fun! If you play 3 first, it will seriously diminish your enjoyment of the first 2 (if you decide to play them). Also, if you play 1 and 2 first, it will enhance your playthrough of 3 immensely. . I played the demo and I was giddy with Joy to see one of the characters return as a prominent castmember. Don't rob yourself of the experience. It's 100% worth it.Disclaimer: if you are just in it for a good shooter, go ahead and just play 3. We RPG nuts will just mourn silently for you.
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