Wow, that question answers itself. Call of Duty is clearly the worst investment of the three, simply because it's 90 dollars a year for the same game (90 = 60 for original purchase + 15 dollars for the inevitable two map packs).
Capcom fighters tend to at least be different enough to warrant a purchase, and Assassin's Creed has never been the same game twice. --- Current field of study: Game Software Development SOLVING ALL PROBLEMS WITH THE MAXIMUM POSSIBLE AMOUNT OF BLOODSHED IS JUST THE FURBY WAY.
Depends on you. A lot of gamers get thousands of hours of play out of CoD and Capcom fighting games. I think AC is a better game/franchise than either, but if dollars to time spent is how you gauge and you have fun doing the same stuff again and again... well, like I said, it depends on you. --- Everything's better with zombies. Except pie.
Assassin's Creed is the only game I have right now that has drawn me in and made me keep playing way past the ending. I fell in loved with AC2 and Brotherhood only made me a true believer. Can't wait for the next game. --- GT=AlreadySoCold Currently waiting on:Assassin's Creed Revelations Silent Hill Downpour, and Halo anniversary.