#1 Edited by thunderball65 (61 posts) -

<p>Going away for a few weeks and can't bring the xbox or ps3. I have not played pc games in a few years and will only have a laptop with me. I was thinking diablo 3 or star wars the old republic. I know that under normal circumstances I woukd not play either due to my preference of being on my couch with the 360 controller in hand. Thanks in advance for the responses.</p>

#2 Posted by Unilad (554 posts) -

To give catered response, we will need to know your laptop specs.

Cheers,

#3 Posted by thunderball65 (61 posts) -

One year old Dell. 4gb RAM, i5, nvidia graphics. Somewhere around these specs. It should not have a problem most games. But I am also not going to be playing something like crysis.

#4 Posted by monstersarehere (17 posts) -

From what I hear Torchlight 2 is a fun little time-waster. Haven't played it but some of my friends prefer it over Diablo 3 (cinematics excluded).

#5 Posted by monstersarehere (17 posts) -

From what I hear Torchlight 2 is a fun little time-waster. Haven't played it but some of my friends prefer it over Diablo 3 (cinematics excluded).

#6 Posted by cclemon36 (180 posts) -

I've got Trine, BIT.TRIP RUNNER, Gemini Rue and Syberia on my laptop...

#7 Posted by Nickieroonie (141 posts) -

FTL, Hotline Miami, Bastion and Mark of the Ninja are all fun and easy to run. You could also consider playing ROMs of some of your favorite older games. Dark Souls if you're looking for a longer game, but it might not run perfectly on your laptop. Make sure to fix Dark Souls if you play that!

#8 Posted by Rotten_Avocado (82 posts) -

System shock 2
Sid Meier's Pirates
Don't Starve
Indigo Prophecy
Peggle
Plants Vs. Zombies
Deus Ex

#9 Edited by haffy (673 posts) -

sc2

#10 Posted by Demoskinos (14513 posts) -

I'll second the torchlight 2 nomination. Fun little game.

#11 Posted by BeachThunder (11638 posts) -

Binding of Isaac.