Having experienced humble begining, we all know that It’s not always possible to play the Best New latest titles. Whether you’re traveling with a lightweight system, using a secondary machine, or working from an old PC and you can’t afford an upgrade, we’ve put together a list of titles you can still enjoy, even on older system.
One of the greatest strengths is its backward compatibility. Thanks to the steady advance of system performance, even at the integrated graphics level, even modest machines from several years ago can enjoy a huge range of games today. The titles on our list below range from relatively recent games that run well on even modest systems to old titles that still hold up today.
Keep in mind, however, that after decades of publishing, there aren’t just 5 or 10 There are hundreds, possibly thousands of titles that still run well on even low-end hardware. Travel back to the early days of the 3D era, and even Intel integrated GPUs have far more horsepower than the GPUs that powered games like Quake II or The Elder Scrolls: Morrowind there is a huge list of games released from 2004 or earlier that would run well on even an aging Atom netbook today, and Steam has many of these as well. We’ve tried to cover a range of franchises and titles, from indie games to AAA releases, and with multiple genres represented.
Without further addons, here’s our list:
1. Deus Ex
3.Torchlight, Torchlight 2