My current PC is less then a year old, so it should be fast enough to handle it.
That's really not a valid metric in being good enough to be a 'gaming' computer.
If you don't know the actual specs of your machine, I'd say it's safe to assume it's not a 'gaming' machine. But I dunno what the actual requirements for this game are, so you may or may not be safe with it anyway.
Just check the recommended specs for the game itself against the actual specs of your machine before buying anything.
Post by Badly-Drawn Manchild on Mar 30, 2013 13:32:48 GMT
I have the horrible feeling that my Wii U's broken somehow after only two months. I'm having problems getting the picture to come on my TV through the HDMI connection. The console itself works, as there is a solid blue light when switched on and the Gamepad itself has picture and sound, but the TV doesn't, as if the signal is not getting through the cable. It seems to work after I plug the cable into a different socket on the TV, but this is only a temporary fix as the problem starts all over again regardless of which socket I use on the TV, and other devices connected by HDMI work fine so it cannot be the TV at fault. I've contacted Nintendo, but I don't know what sort of results to expect.
Ugh, if I could list all the things that have broken down on me over these last three months or have been busted out-of-the-box, I'll be here all day.
Post by Badly-Drawn Manchild on Apr 3, 2013 16:31:13 GMT
Well, the Wii U's not displaying any picture again (though again the console itself seems to be working alright), and I haven't been able to get a new HDMI cable to test things. Nintendo got back in touch and offered a repair assessment, but I don't want to send my console away if it's not necessary to do so. I've got back in touch again asking if they can just send me a replacement cable before I do anything rash.
Post by Badly-Drawn Manchild on Apr 4, 2013 8:35:14 GMT
Well, I've just done that. I wasn't sure about using it as it was one of the official Microsoft ones, but it seems to work. I'll have to play some more to find out if it'll work all the time, but it looks like it may definitely be the cable that's at fault.