What games can I run in my non-gaming laptop

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  1. thegreatsquare

    thegreatsquare Notebook Deity

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    You're going to slap the FPS out of those games.

    You should be able to run any PS3 era port well. [Skyrim (SE too), Fallout 3/NV, Dragon Age Trilogy, Bioshock Trilogy, Assassin's Creed 4, GTA: V, etc.]
     
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    3d1l Newbie

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    Bioshock?!?!? Really?!?!? I remember when that game came out. I really like it but sadly I don't have it, never purchased it.
     
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    Set aside $100-150 for Steam's BF/Winter sales and you'll game like a king until Steam's next BF/Winter sales.
     
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    @3d1l
    1st Step is to install all game clients to your laptop. Steam, Origin, Uplay, Battlenet etc........ From time to time they will offer free games.

    Most of the popular multiplayer games are free and I believe you can run most of it at decent fps!

    Dota 2 -- Free
    CS GO-- Free
    LoL------ Free
    Fornite-- Free (I hate this game btw)

    My recommendation
    Quake Champions-- Free
    Star Craft II ----------Free

    Paid Games
    Torchlight 2 (around 3$ right now on steam)
    Sniper Elite 1-3
    Wolfstein Old Blood & New Order (Well Optimized games)
    CIV 5
    Sleeping Dogs(Better than Gta;))
    Splinter Cell Series
    Max Payne 3
    I hate to say this but I think most of call of duty games up to 2014 (COD engine is well optimized)
    Nier Automata

    If you need more llist of games check this as reference: https://www.notebookcheck.net/NVIDIA-GeForce-GTX-950M.138026.0.html
     
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    Whoa! guys cool, you have definitively gave me more than I can handle, hehe

    CJ that website is very good thanks for the info.
     
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    Starlight5 Don't call me Chris, my name is Elvis

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    I'd recommend Overwatch. Will run great as long as you don't mind low settings - and you should set all settings except resolution to lowest if you want to be good at competitive, anyway.
     
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    why are people listing games it CAN play?
    It CAN play ALL games with lowered settings
     
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    Ofc if the OP dont mind playing GPU demanding games without all of the eyecandy.
     
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    witcher 3 on all low looks better than overwatch on ultra....I dont see your point.

    OP. long story short......all games
     
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    I approve this. Especially Sniper Elite parts are great.
    For the free games I would add up Team Fortress 2, love this one. And to the paid ones Left 4 Dead 2 (on Steam Sale it is around 2 bucks)
     
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