I think the combination of Maya LT and Unreal Engine 4 is pretty good if you want to concentrate on creating 3D assets and getting them into a nice-looking playable scene. Both packages are available on monthly subscription and aren't massively expensive. Between them they probably have enough scope to get you going. If you find you need/want to expand to a more fully-featured version of Maya later then the modeling and animation skills you'll have developed will transfer across.
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