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141. Posted: Sat 26th Jun 2010 22:06 BST
Only thing that remotely interests me in there which I could probably play on this laptop that isn't too expensive or don't already have would be Zeno Clash. Sadly, the wallet has taken several hits recently thanks to this and a re-introduction to eBay not that long ago. Nevermind, not the most interesting of things to me anyway. There's always tomorrow.
Still waiting for Just Cause 2 to go on sale.
I've seen the disc version for the PC going for about £15/$22 new on online stores (Well, for the UK anyway) or do you particularly want the Steam version?
Edited on Sat 26th June, 2010 @ 22:08 by Terra
142. Posted: Sat 26th Jun 2010 23:40 BST
Steam activation is required for Just Cause 2.
But I didn't know how cheap it was elsewhere...
I had fun once and it was awful.
143. Posted: Sun 27th Jun 2010 03:09 BST
Just got one of the indie 5-game packs. I love Steam.
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144. Posted: Sun 27th Jun 2010 18:44 BST
Just bought Half-Life. Only £1.19. I'm hoping that they put The Orange Box up next, I got money to burn it seems.
145. Posted: Sun 27th Jun 2010 20:06 BST
Yup. Half-Life available for $1.99.
146. Posted: Sun 27th Jun 2010 20:35 BST
I'm tempted to get it, but I'd rather own it for a console so I can use a controller.
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147. Posted: Sun 27th Jun 2010 20:57 BST
It ran smoothly on my integrated Intel graphics thingy too, so hooray!
LOL I would NEVER play any games on onboard graphics.
148. Posted: Sun 27th Jun 2010 23:56 BST
Half Life's reduced price today ironically makes the Half Life Anthology a (slightly) worse deal than before.
149. Posted: Sun 27th Jun 2010 23:57 BST
Panda wrote:It ran smoothly on my integrated Intel graphics thingy too, so hooray!LOL I would NEVER play any games on onboard graphics.
Well, some of us use laptops.
150. Posted: Mon 28th Jun 2010 00:00 BST
My laptop has a dedicated graphics card that'll run just about everything
You can use a controller on your PC
Even your PS3 one
151. Posted: Mon 28th Jun 2010 00:06 BST
Aww, c'mon. I was trying to respond to their arrogant post.
But you're right, some laptops are like yours.
152. Posted: Mon 28th Jun 2010 00:10 BST
I also use integrated graphics, it limits what I can spend money on
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153. Posted: Mon 28th Jun 2010 00:15 BST
lol my mistake
Ironically two of my favorite games, Altitude and Plants v. Zombies will run just fine with integrated graphics. Trackmania too.
Really like Team Fortress 2 though and if I tried that without my nVidia chip my laptop would explode. Literally.
154. Posted: Mon 28th Jun 2010 02:13 BST
I play TF2 on my laptop, some maps get slowdown though.I tried the Flotilla demo, but it wouldn't start. Another game off my list I guess
155. Posted: Mon 28th Jun 2010 10:02 BST
I tried TF2 in the free weekend. It ran incredibly smooth for about 20 minutes. Then my laptop crashed horribly x_X
I never usually pay attention to integrated or not, unless it specifically says in the minimum requirements that some laptops may have problems. I can run Doom 3 with no issues, and I think that's a pretty high-spec game. But the Freedom Force demo wouldn't start o_O
Edited on Mon 28th June, 2010 @ 10:05 by Klapaucius
156. Posted: Mon 28th Jun 2010 10:16 BST
Nothing today that really interests me. I'm thinking of buying Borderlands but it is still too expensive and it would take ages to download it with my connection.
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157. Posted: Mon 28th Jun 2010 19:55 BST
Gothic 2 + 3 were on special 1-day sale yesterday, but not advertised on the main page :/
158. Posted: Mon 28th Jun 2010 20:07 BST
I can run Doom 3 with no issues, and I think that's a pretty high-spec game. But the Freedom Force demo wouldn't start o_O
XP Service Pack 2 killed Freedom Force. I'm guessing the demo doesn't address it, but there's a patch for the full game to take care of that. It's an awesome game and plays just fine on my integrated graphics laptop, so if you can find it for cheap ($6 on GOG, maybe on sale on Steam for cheaper?) then pick it up fo sho if you're into superheros or action RPGs.
Edited on Mon 28th June, 2010 @ 20:15 by JonWahlgren
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159. Posted: Tue 29th Jun 2010 01:18 BST
Yes it was.
160. Posted: Tue 29th Jun 2010 03:51 BST
See I played Team Fortress 2 the other day for 5 hours with the highest performance/quality and never had any problems.
That might not be the greatest example though. There's higher tasking games on my system, like Fallout 3, Mass Effect, even Crysis Warhead.
And I hope that $40 Trackmania game gets one of those day sales. That's the last game I want and I still don't want to pay the current $27 or whatever.