Discussion in 'I'm Looking For...' started by canaria23, Aug 30, 2019.
Like torchlight that run on low specs pc's that don't have video cards
Pcsx2 and roms...
Should work fine, but if you are shit out of luck with pc older than 2017, Gameboy emulator
Those rely heavily on video cards
what kind of games?
You'd probably have to look at really old games
Well not really.
If you are using Intel integrated graphics from 2017 onwards, those are miles away from ps2 graphics...
And that's the reason why I didn't recommend rpcs3. Ps3 games needed gt 1030 the least
F.E.A.R, Blur, Crysis 2 at med specs,
Terraria, Forager, Enter the Gungeon, Shovel Knight, Stardew Valley, Mark of The Ninja, all work on my 2015 garbage laptop. Might work on yours too.
maybe some warcraft 3 RPGs?
Try "Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines" for a low spec masterpiece of a game.
Why not just play those rpg that are made with rpg maker ? Some of them are really fun to play.
emulation, specifically gbc, gba, ds and psp are pretty low specs. (psp would love higher specs but it works fine without them)
Pokemon emerald etc (including some romhacks too)
Castlevania aria of sorrow
pokemon mystery dungeon red rescue team
All the legend of zelda titles
pokemon mystery dungeon explorers of the sky
Castlevania Dawn of sorrow
Monster hunter freedom unite (Although this one might be an impossible nightmare without a controller)
Legend of heroes : Trails in the sky FC (One of my favourites)
ever heard of mount and blade desu ka?
Tbh the rpgmaker game I've played recently is of horror or hentai ones so i don't really know whether they are enjoyable to others or not...
To the Moon!! It's got one of the best plots I've even seen in a game. (It actually made me shed tears.)
It got the "best story" game of the year award (against Portal 2 and Xenoblade Chronicles which came out the same year, two legendary games!), and it was also nominated for "Best Music", "Most Memorable Moment", "Best Writing/Dialogue", "Best Ending", and "Song of the Year".
I highly recommend you try it out. It's a narrative MASTERPIECE in the form of a game.
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