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    While X3 wouldn't run as it needs a 128MB graphics card minimum, X2 should run fine on the laptop. Its recommended specs are a 64MB graphics card, 256MB ram and a P4 1.3GHz CPU.

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    I must have a look at home, maybe I already have the game, otherwise I'll d/l both. I also have still to install the Fallout games to play them. I still try to do something for the site when I have the time (motivation) at work, if I'm gonna play games, this would rather be stuck. I also have installed the MAME 115 set (no CHDs), so there should be enough games on it for the moment

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    I find it isn't normally worth installing the CHDs with MAME as most of the CHD games don't run properly as current computers are not fast enough to emulate them at full speed. You should definitely have enough games to keep you going.

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    Demon wrote:

    I also have still to install the Fallout games to play them.
    That's the spirit!

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    Yep, I have a Fallout compilation DVD including the 3 games plus manuals and everything, have to install the whole package.

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    That sounds excellent, Demon. I envy you a bit that you are new to Fallout. The first times I played those two games, it was pure magic.

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    I'm not new, I played the first one, but like always, I only played it for 1-2 hours. That is always my problem, I have so many games to play, that I don't get the time to finish one. Only games which I really play to the end are RPGs on the PS2, because I prefer to lie down on the couch whilst playing instead of sitting on a hard chair 50cm away from my monitor.

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    Talking of Fallout, there is a huge article about Fallout 3 in the new issue of PC Gamer. It goes into a lot of depth with lots of screenshots and it sounds like it will be good and looked very nice. So all our worrying about it being Oblivion in Fallout clothing may be over. It looks and sounds like it will be great.

    If any of you are interesting in reading this article let me know and I will scan in the pages and upload them for you.

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    I saw that I have X2 and X3, and also I could install Freelancer on my laptop and use my savegame to continue. I should also install Shadowgrounds as I liked the setting it is in, and it's good when you have nothing to do during half an hour.

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    I've not played SHadowgrounds for ages. That is another great game. I will have to play that again some time this week.

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