With Steam dropping Windows XP/Vista, what games benefit from staying on XP?

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Re: With Steam dropping Windows XP/Vista, what games benefit from staying on XP?

Postby chinny22 » 2018-12-31 @ 10:12

Any game that uses EAX
Yeh you can use alchemy but it's like any emulation, it just isn't the same
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Re: With Steam dropping Windows XP/Vista, what games benefit from staying on XP?

Postby RaVeN-05 » 2019-1-01 @ 19:59

leileilol wrote:

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For other side Win7 better for MAMEUI64 its arcede any emulator

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Re: With Steam dropping Windows XP/Vista, what games benefit from staying on XP?

Postby Kerr Avon » 2019-1-13 @ 17:03

appiah4 wrote:Everything from GOG.


Yes, that's what I do whenever possible, and I wish a lot more people would buy the GOG version instead of the download-service-as-the-DRM alternatives, as the more units GOG sells, then the more games companies would consider releasing their games through GOG. Though I'm lucky in that it's very rare that I do want a game that GOG doesn't sell, because I tend to buy new (at the time) games for console rather than PC.
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Re: With Steam dropping Windows XP/Vista, what games benefit from staying on XP?

Postby doaks80 » 2019-1-13 @ 21:58

GoG better make sure it's stand alone installers always work with XP...and keep providing them in general. I worry since that Galaxy rubbish came out.
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