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Can this game be run on a netbook?.....

#1wannabelinkPosted 8/20/2009 9:23:22 PM
It is an Acer with the following stuff

Intel Atom N270 Processor
Windows XP
AMD 2GHz Turion 64 ML-37 (Supported 1024MB DDR SDRAM)
#2Blitzkr13gPosted 8/20/2009 9:25:50 PM
I hate to say it, but I think you'd be better off running Gang Garrison 2.
{Blitz} That game's freaking addicting.
#3iPinocuiPosted 8/20/2009 9:27:13 PM
If you use a low quality all and a fps config.......... MAYBE
#4crashclawsPosted 8/20/2009 9:50:19 PM
No offense, netbooks are only meant for stuff like word processing and web browsing.
Everything happens when you're six.
#5Butters92126Posted 8/20/2009 9:54:33 PM
If you use a low quality all and a fps config.......... MAYBE

*sniff* Maybe.

Had to be done :P
Steam ID: butters92126 [I.G.N.: ("\ (^_^) /") Leopold Stoch], XboxLive: butters92126
#6ThePlasmaStormPosted 8/20/2009 10:00:01 PM
Oh god netbooks playing games are worse than laptops playing games
`._ Frankly my dear, I don't give a damn _.
#7PowerMate_V100Posted 8/20/2009 10:17:43 PM
Netbooks are complete trash, they're not a a complete computer (as opposed to a laptop which runs everything you want) and they're not completely portable (as opposed to an iPhone which fits in your pocket).

I don't wanna be mean to you, but you gotta be a sucker to buy a netbook.

Asnyway, as it was already said, with all settings at the bare minimum, MAYBE you can run TF2.
#8Shadow EdgePosted 8/20/2009 11:19:04 PM
No, you can't.

And netbooks are fine for school stuff, I would have gotten it if my bro didn't give me his laptop. Much more portable.
#9_borTPosted 8/21/2009 7:23:31 AM
Yeah. My 10 pound 5 year old laptop runs the game fine, but not once did I take it to class when I was in college lol.
#10ravens02Posted 8/21/2009 7:33:26 AM
didn't you list two completely different processors?

My latest TF2 release:
Luigi Engineer: