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    Default Good Med Spec PC Games?

    What are some good games with medium to low PC requirements?

    I'm looking for any game really, as long as it's fun.

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    Default Re: Good Med Spec PC Games?

    I'll suggest what popped in my head just now:

    - Carmaggeddon 2
    - Rainbow Six 3
    - Heroes of Might and Magic 3

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    Default Re: Good Med Spec PC Games?

    Quote Originally Posted by mdawgig View Post
    What are some good games with medium to low PC requirements?

    I'm looking for any game really, as long as it's fun.

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    3GB Ram
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    You should post a genre.

    I personally think Sokoban is a good game - it runs on much less too
    Do a google search.

    Edit: And is free

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    Default Re: Good Med Spec PC Games?

    Fallout 1 and 2 are nice too.
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    Default Re: Good Med Spec PC Games?

    You might be interested in this thread.

    ISO: good titles that DO work on an Intel GMA X4500HD

    ISO: good titles that DO work on an Intel GMA X4500HD

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    Default Re: Good Med Spec PC Games?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dude55 View Post
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    COD3
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    Default Re: Good Med Spec PC Games?

    Yeah, a genre would help. But here's a few more:

    - Battlefield 2 absolutely (my favorite)
    - Command and Conquer Generals / Zero Hour
    - Sins of a Solar Empire
    - Orange Box (Half-Life 2)
    - Call of Duty 4 (lower settings, but runs fine)
    - Rainbow Six 3: Raven Sheld
    - Age of Empires III
    - FEAR (first one with expansions)

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    Default Re: Good Med Spec PC Games?

    Quote Originally Posted by htwingnut View Post
    Yeah, a genre would help. But here's a few more:

    - Battlefield 2 absolutely (my favorite)
    - Command and Conquer Generals / Zero Hour
    - Sins of a Solar Empire
    - Orange Box (Half-Life 2)
    - Call of Duty 4 (lower settings, but runs fine)
    - Rainbow Six 3: Raven Sheld
    - Age of Empires III
    - FEAR (first one with expansions)
    ^^^That^^^

    With what HT has listed you would have a great cross-section of game genres to play.

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    There are no bad games. Just bad price points.

 

 
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