I can't afford a gaming desktop but I wanna play this game, what are my options?

#21Toe_JamulonisPosted 2/4/2013 9:56:55 AM
for about 600 you can build a desktop machine that can run the game max settings at 2560x1440 locked at 60fps.

Prefab Case with decent power supply ~$100
Nice Graphics Card(won't be useless in a year) ~$200
Decent AMD quad-core 3.5ghz + Processor ~$110
AMD Mobo with 16x Graphics ~$100
8GB Ram ~$50
250gb HDD ~$50

If you have peripherals and accessories already, that's all you need to be good to go.
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#22SN0T_N0SED_GUD0Posted 2/4/2013 9:58:21 AM
i bought a $450 asus with an a6 like a year and a half ago that plays this game on high @ 60fps
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#23rschroe3Posted 2/4/2013 11:04:29 AM
Find a trashcan, build a computer with the parts inside.

It should run LoL.
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#24mD_atheistPosted 2/4/2013 11:16:00 AM
You could build a pc for 700 that would run most games at max settings including this at 60fps. You would also need to get a keyboard mouse and moniter, im sure you could get tjose second hand.
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#25djprofessork1Posted 2/4/2013 11:32:36 AM
... Which is exactly why they should release this game on Xbox Live. Not everyone is a nerd who can just blow $1000 on a gaming pc, and another $300 every couple of months to keep it up to date.

Not sure why anyone wastes their time on all that crap, just to have slightly better graphics than a console. Not to mention you have to use a mouse and keyboard all hunched over like a nerd, while I'm sitting on my couch enjoying my massive HDTV.
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#26UnderwaterAirPosted 2/5/2013 9:40:53 AM
^Trolling or misinformed or uninformed.
Possibly all three. @_@
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#27HyperShadow4321Posted 2/5/2013 9:43:53 AM
My friend's laptop can play most even top-of-the-line games relatively well for around 600-700$. He can run Skyrim on medium at least, which is probably equal to what it would be on the PS3 or 360.

If you pay 1000$ for a gaming computer in general these days then you're probably paying too much. Unless you want to run everything on absolutely maxed settings.