Neoseeker : News : Throw out that Pentium I, Duke Nukem Forever's system requirements have been updated
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Supernova1332 May 3, 11
Aww I was hoping to play it on my old P2 based celeron
Liking the new comment box and login btw, is the rest of the site's GUI being updated?
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VeGiTAX2 May 3, 11
So... What you're saying is that my MMX 166 overclocked to 233 is no longer going to play this game? Worse, it seems like you're telling me my SIIG 1MB VGA card will also not cut it or even my S3 ViRGE card with 2MB of memory
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chautemoc May 3, 11
Supernova1332 We like them, too. Thank ar_cat for those. Yes, we've been slowly working on various visual/functionality updates, in addition to a complete redesign of the homepage (no ETA on that, but it's coming along pretty well).
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Supernova1332 May 3, 11
Nice, looking forward to it and gj ar cat
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VeGiTAX2 May 3, 11
quote EdwardTheBard
Actually a 486DX4/100 could handle the game back then!

Less than 50 days till the release and still no demo. I'm beginning to worry..
I still have mine! It's an AMD DX4/100 with a Cyrix Co-processor (50mhz) mounted next to it.
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Hellfire29 May 3, 11
I think the IIe needs an upgrade...
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Shadow of Death May 4, 11
Yeah, it's not pushing the hardware requirements too much. Probably almost every regular steam user should be able to meet the recommended list.
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Liege May 4, 11
That's... not intimidating in the least. I'm planning to completely rebuild my rig come June but my Phenom X4 9850 and Radeon 3870 would have no trouble with this game, especially since I've overclocked everything.
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raytay286 May 5, 11
Well, it looks like you will need 64x the ram to play the new version. The multiplier is more than the ram itself.
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