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Good games available through Steam for a old/shitty computer

Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by boogaboogabooga, Jul 21, 2011.

  1. hannibal06

    hannibal06 Well-Known Member

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    If not Steam, maybe blizzard: Diablo II (Lod)!
     
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    It's so good. I usually use Lugia, Ninetails, and Charmander with his accompanying evolutions. There's also a Yu-Gi-Oh! tower defense mod if you are interested.
     
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  4. Saturdays

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    www.humblebundle.com

    About 5 indie games that are low demanding in terms of power. You can offer to pay .01 or $1000+ if you want.

    They usually do this bundle every 1/2 year or so. Pretty cool, and they give you a Steam Key so you can add the games to Steam.


    I never was into Yu-Gi-Oh as a kid, I think my limit is Pokémon.
     
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    day of defeat non source version
     

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