Company of Heroes

  Curio 14:28 27 Oct 2006

Just read Review on Home page. Seems very good. However, would like 'requires heavy grunt power' translated into PC Spec requirement. Can anybody translate please?

  The Ghost of Inept Pig 14:35 27 Oct 2006

It requires a rather high-spec machine to run well!

There's a demo out which you could try if you're not sure if the game will run well on your system.

click here

  De Marcus™ 14:38 27 Oct 2006

Minimum system Requirements

Windows® XP or Vista

2.0 Ghz Intel Pentium IV or equivalent or AMD Athlon XP or equivalent

512 MB RAM

Approximately 8GB of space are required during the installation process (because of how the archives are decompresssed), and 3GB is required for the actual demo.

DirectX 9.0c compatible 64MB video card with Pixel Shader 1.1 support or equivalent and latest manufacturer drivers

DirectX® 9.0c compatible 16-bit sound card

Keyboard, Mouse

  wolfie3000 14:47 27 Oct 2006

I will be downloading the game this weekend,
Im hoping for good things in the game as many have reviewed it and say the game is excellent.
Time will tell.

  Curio 14:51 27 Oct 2006

Many thanks for prompt response.

  donki 15:06 27 Oct 2006

One of the best games ive ever played, and ive played alot of games. I started the Single player and was going well..... but then i went online to pit my skills. Somhow i havent looked at the single player since.

My machine runs everything fine in the highest detail, definite must buy for any RTS gamer.

P.S. If anyone fancies a bit of multiplayer give me a shout.

  dagbladet 15:10 27 Oct 2006

Donki, what's your machine spec?

  donki 15:41 27 Oct 2006

Dual Core 4200+
250GB HD
7800 GT


  dagbladet 21:42 27 Oct 2006

less than half of that.

  donki 21:55 27 Oct 2006

Should still be ok, give it a go

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