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Low Requirement games - Tommy Gun - 07-28-2009

I'm getting a new laptopBig Grin: and i would like some low req game suggestions.


1.6ghz atom processor
2gb ram
intergrated graphics.. but is good enough to play grand theft auto vice city, need for speed hot pursuit 2 and half life 1, halo and starcraft (course)

any other suggestions for other games??

EDIT: i have just discovered the graphics. ---- Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 950 (64MB shared)

RE: Low Requirement games - Aliennoffe - 07-28-2009

I recommend Bionic commado (the new one), that's one of the best games I have! Wait, than you need a better computer.

RE: Low Requirement games - Kedjane - 07-28-2009

Ack. I was just about to suggest Starcraft and Vice City. Used to play them on my laptop.
Some other games that might work though: Age of Empires II, Empire Earth II, Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow (great multiplayer if anyone is still playing), Diablo II, Baldurs Gate II and House of the Dead 2 if you've got a mouse... come to think of it all those games are twos (Pandora Tomorrow is the second Splinter Cell game) Confusedurprised:

RE: Low Requirement games - Sexbad - 07-28-2009

Star Trek: Voyager - Elite Force

RE: Low Requirement games - eliasfrost - 07-29-2009

Grim Fandango. ^^

RE: Low Requirement games - Hanamgi - 07-30-2009

Kicks ass, literally.

RE: Low Requirement games - yman - 08-25-2009

I really liked the Myth series, and Commandos. Both are real-time-tactics.

RE: Low Requirement games - Kedjane - 08-25-2009

(08-25-2009, 06:24 AM)yman Wrote: I really liked the Myth series, and Commandos. Both are real-time-tactics.

The Myth series are great. Hard though, but the challenge is really fun. Didn't manage to win the entire first game (cheated past everything after the great desert map with a bridge at the end, except for the final or final two levels) but completed the entire second game.
It's sweet when your heroes start having like 100+ kills. Used the same dwarves for entire Myth II. Kind of made the other units not feel as important though. I'd love a new Myth game, the idea with each character having an unique name is cool.

RE: Low Requirement games - graykin - 08-30-2009

Have you tried out Frictional's free games, Fiend and Energetic? They're pretty good, if short, it'll provide some fun for ya I'm sure, even for a little while.

Battle for Wesnoth I'd have to recommend, if you haven't tried it already. It's a turn-based strategy game/RPG, and it's damn well-made. Check it out!

It's made by the Linux community (although Windows versions are available), and I must admit, it's one of the best free games I've ever played. It might not look impressive with its simple sprites and animation, but the game play aspects are stupendous.

RE: Low Requirement games - eliasfrost - 08-30-2009

Teeworld, nuff said. Smile