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Dragon306

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can anyone recommend some god older games that are windows 2000 compatible and will play on my IBM Thinkpad 600E with a 366mhz P2, 228mb of RAM, and 2mb graphics memory?? specifically first person shooters and action RPGs, please

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deathninja

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Duke Nukem 3D would probably run, you may also want to try Redneck Rampage. Quest for Glory series would also run and are endlessly entertaining.
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diablo I is a pretty good game, any old blizzard games would run fine:)
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I'm not sure whether Half-Life would run, but Unreal definitely would and that's a good game.
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i dont think half life does,you might check it out thought becuase it is an awsome game
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Half-Life wont run on your computer with your 2mb video card. You need at least 16MB of graphic to play it.
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