not high res are U kidding? just bc its 128 doesnt mean squat. its the speed of it that matters. I woudl imagine it is a Radeon 9600, 9700 or maybe 9800, in which case you shouldnt have any problem running any game, but maybe stay away from full resolution and full graphic settings.
here are the 2 (3 really) games that I have been playing alot
Half Life 2 is a great game with great graphics and a great story. If you buy it it also comes with Counter Strike, I online game that is really fun, but it is repetitive. In Counter Strike there are the terrorists and the Counter Terrorists. The Ts plant the bomb and the CTs try to defuse it. You die easly and it is really intense and realistic.
UT 2004, is pretty much the oppisite of counter strike. it is really fast paced and really unrealistic, although still tactical depending on what game type you choose to play. You also get a nice amount of guns and vehicles which make the game very fun. The maps are bigger then counterstrike's, but the graphics aren't as good.
Here are some other games I own:
Halo. You probably know about this one. You live alot longer in counterstrike and the game types are different and it is set in the future. you also get vehicles and most of the good maps are somewhat big.
max payne 2. Really fun, but short story, and thats all there is, is the story. It has awesome bullet time so you can do slow motion dives and stuff that is really sick. your a cop in a twisted story you cant figure out. good ragdoll (corpses get pushed back when you shoot them)
Far Cry. I hate this game personally, but alot of people like it. It came ith my computer so its ok. Great Graphics. The reason I dont like it is because it is cheesey and really hard and tedious. There is a story mode which is pretty long and there is also muliplayer but i would imagine that because of the way the game play that the multiplayer sucks.
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