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Good and Low Spec mmorpg?

spades07spades07 Member UncommonPosts: 852
Any of these? Not too big a hard drive space. And maybe new, or in last 10 years or so, but no older.


  • KyleranKyleran Member LegendaryPosts: 40,935
    edited July 2018
    Only possibility will be something isometric,  or developed to run on both PCs and cell phones, like Albion Online or perhaps Vendetta.  Check your specs against these. 

    If you are open to early access there are several available like Legends of Aria which might wotk.


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  • ScorchienScorchien Member LegendaryPosts: 8,914
       Can take a look at these 3 options

    Gran Skrea Online ..

     Project Gorgon ...

  • spades07spades07 Member UncommonPosts: 852
    cheers. Yeah isometric would be good, Wild Terra I've been looking at.
  • spades07spades07 Member UncommonPosts: 852
    ah Project Gorgon looks up my street. Thanks for that, going to look into that.
  • kertinkertin Member UncommonPosts: 259
    Project Gorgon which runs as poop even on NASA computers, good advice!
  • Octagon7711Octagon7711 Member LegendaryPosts: 8,998
    Project Gorgon, not well optimized and runs like a slideshow in crowed areas like cities when a lot of people are on but still playable outside of cites, when exploring, and in dungeons.  Game play is old school interesting and can be addictive, imo.

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