Good WW2 games ?

Discussion in 'PC Gaming' started by delta4s, Apr 26, 2004.

  1. delta4s

    delta4s BLACK HAWK ALOFT

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    I am looking for a good WW2 game, preferably of the RTS kind. System specs are on the lower side with a P41.4 GHz, 128MB RDRAM (RDRAM sucks cause I cant upgrade cheaply) and a GeForce 2 MX 400. Can anybody here recommend one that'll fit my system ? I wont mind if the game is old, its gotta be good.

    Also, ppl post your favorite WW2 game, regardless of sys specs.
     
  2. MOHAA!!!!!
    And CoD...
     
  3. NerdUprising

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    What he said :D

    [edit]wait - you might want to have at least 256Mb for both of those, especially the latter. Also, both being FPS (not RTS) you might not want to play them at all[/edit]
     
  4. chastity

    chastity Moderator Political User

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    Close Combat or Silent Storm
     
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    Return to the Castle of Wolfenstein.
     
  6. Chase™

    Chase™ NTFS Noob

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    i agree.. :rolleyes:
     
  7. vern

    vern Dominus Political User Folding Team

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    Check out Desert Rats vs Afrika Korps. I didn't like it too much, but it might suit your taste.
     
  8. delta4s

    delta4s BLACK HAWK ALOFT

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    Thanks everyone for your suggestions. vern I dont think Desert Rats vs Afrika Korps will work on my system. I have already played MOH:AA and loved it, it worked OK on my system (eye-candy turned off). I was looking for an RTS game and I am going ahead with chastity's suggestion and try both Close Combat and Silent Storm.
    I will also try RTCW sometime soon.
     
  9. delta4s

    delta4s BLACK HAWK ALOFT

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    also found Sudden Strike and Blitzkrieg
     
  10. _kC_

    _kC_ Moderator

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    dont bother with anything else... just instal Call of duty :cool:
     
  11. onimkron

    onimkron OSNN Senior Addict

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    There's a demo for the game called 'Panzers,' weighs in at over 200mb, but it's great fun if you like Blitzkreig :)
     
  12. muff

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    Good games

    Battlefiled 1942 is a good Game if you are talking about WWII. :cool:
    It is very realistic, and there is another game called Battlefield Vietnam. :cool:
    Both game are from EA.
    However, for these games you have to have a good video card for instance a Gforce fx5600 and up. :mad:
     
  13. delta4s

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    It works OK on my system at low settings.
     
  14. GoNz0

    GoNz0 NTFS Stoner

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    Battlefield 1942, you can buy the gold edition that comes with 2 expansion packsm that and the other 50+ mods in dev, beta that are out there, the forgotten hope mod is the most realistic WW2 mod on there, the ablity to fly/drive/land/sea/ground troops.

    very very addictive game :)

    www.bf1942.ea.com
     
  15. tommy

    tommy OSNN Member

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    If you haven't played Call Of Duty then you must!!!
    No excuses get down the shop and buy it Thats an order private!
     
  16. toretto

    toretto Mentally Absent

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    I think i would recommend MOHAA and COD

    I would really suggest upgraded the ram, it is detrimental to your gaming. i have a p4 1.7 with 1gig of RDRAM (pc800), when i added the last 512, it made EVERYthing better.
     
  17. delta4s

    delta4s BLACK HAWK ALOFT

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    How much did it cost ? I think that it would be better to buy a new system than invest in RDRAM.