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Thread: Playing on Ryzen 2200G with inbuilt graphics - plays fine!

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    Default Playing on Ryzen 2200G with inbuilt graphics - plays fine!

    If anyone is interested, I'm playing this game on a standard clocked Ryzen 2200G using the inbuilt graphics and running @ 1440 x 900 res, shadows on medium and all other settings high and it's running fine.

    I'm 15 hours in and loving the game so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrSHovel View Post
    If anyone is interested, I'm playing this game on a standard clocked Ryzen 2200G using the inbuilt graphics and running @ 1440 x 900 res, shadows on medium and all other settings high and it's running fine.

    I'm 15 hours in and loving the game so far.
    The game is great. I've been taking a break from it, as I'm in the copper forest, and combat is still far too easy. I get tired of solving puzzles to unlocked gated content, rather than having challenging battles to complement such great riddles. The formula is far too predictable. Beat a few easy enemies, then solve an enigma to progress. Also, still finding there are too many poison-resistant foes. Mind you, this is all minor criticism. The meat of the game has caused me to invest 12+ hours, which is unusual for me with modern video games, and proves that providing open environments with tons of hidden content is compelling, I usually don't finish games I start. I will be finishing this one. Combat itself can be easily fixed, given a few minor patches.

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