Steam version run well on low-end PCs?


#1

Hello everyone!

I’m a scrubby Street Fighter player wanting to dip my toes into this game. I hear the PC version is the best version to pick up, but I unfortunately only have a crappy laptop from 2009 at the moment. As a frame of reference, it can play counterstrike: source pretty well, but not counterstrike GO… I have 4 gigs of ram, a dual core processor at 2.13ghz, and a crappy, obscure graphics card (NVidia Geforce 110M). My apologies if this is the wrong place to ask this question. I appreciate any answers and hope I can try out this beautiful game.

EDIT: Before anyone recommends systemrequirementslab.com (can you run it), I have already used it. It says that my graphics card can’t run it at the minimum requirements, but I think it’s worth asking on here, since that website has proven to be inaccurate for me in the past.


#2

Can you give other games as frames of reference? Can it run SF4, for example (KOF is noticeably lighter than it)?


#3

I don’t know if it can run SF4, since I play it on 360. I don’t play a ton of games on my PC, but other ones include Team Fortress 2 and Killing Floor. I can’t run Civilization 5. Hope this helps, trying to look at popular games for reference.


#4

Hm, I don’t play any of those, sorry :confused:

For what it’s worth, if you have friends you can practice/play with, the console => Climax (Climax=steam/arcade) version balance changes are so minor as to not matter, so you could just buy the game for 360 and play with friends offline.


#5

Try this website - http://systemrequirementslab.com/cyri


#6

If your Computer cant handle CS:GO then I doubt it can run KoF13 well enough for it to be playable or might not even run it at all.


#7

Read my post again.


#8

Thank you, this is exactly the answer I was looking for.


#9

Thank you, I’m considered purchasing it for the 360 now.

EDIT: My apologies for the three posts, I should have replied to all of them in one. I’ll be sure to do it next time.