In Lament, you take the role of Michael Anderson, a researcher and archaeologist living in England, 1845.

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psykljudet Feb 18 2014 says:


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Yldrania Feb 18 2014 says:

Thats a LOT of drinks!

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Necrolifer Apr 18 2014 says:

The office for the job,nice :)

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umbakarna Jul 21 2014 says:

Glad to see someone else uses notebook too, but this one is far better than mine :) Looking at the specs, I highly doubt you have any lag or overheating problems.

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CraackerTraash Jul 25 2014 replied:

Bah, I wish that was the case. I'd say it's medium-low end, the APU's decent and the RAM's good, but it has some weird-as-all-hell sound card (the audio pops in 25% of the games I play) and 30 fps is the most I can scrape together out of most games. Gets pretty hot too, even with the cooling pad I use. We're probably pretty close performance-wise.

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umbakarna Jul 26 2014 replied:

OK but my one is almost 4 years old and its nearly half as fast as when it was new :( I have core i5 2,4GHz that shall be quite good processor, 4GB RAM should be OK too but I think I have bad HDD and Graphic card (The Windows 7 gives me index rating 5,1 which is quite weak I guess)

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Seeing's how I don't have much progress to show you right now, I figured I'd do something I saw somebody else do for their custom story. That is to say, upload a picture of my laptop and it's specs, because that might interest some people.

This is an HP Envy dv7, as you may have been able to tell. It has eight gigs of DDR3 ram, Windows 8.1 64-bit, a 15" 1600x900 display, and an AMD-A8 4500M APU. CAPSLOCK.

The integrated GPU part of the APU is referred to as either a Radeon HD 7640G (very misleading) or a Radeon HD 4500M (very accurate), and it's not particularly powerful, though I did manage to finish Crysis 3 without it overheating.
It runs Amnesia relatively well at 720p with high quality shadows and textures, albeit no SSAO, thanks to it being a well-optimized game. The HPL Level Editor does lag quite a bit in some of my levels, though it's not unbearable.
For screenshots I use a desktop PC I bought from a friend, though I don't have any pictures of it.

Feb 17th, 2014
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