JustAnEngineer wrote:Oddly enough, I've found that compatibility of some old games may depend on your graphics card.?
The Internet wrote:"[The] 360 starts at the factory, moves to retail shelves, into consumer's homes, back to Microsoft. So THAT'S why Microsoft called it the 360...It all comes full-circle "
JustAnEngineer wrote:I downloaded the Steam version. It seems to have a problem with systems that have more than 3 GiB of memory. Steam forum discussion says that you can copy the files from the bin directory in the latest unofficial patch to fix it.
P.S.: I've tried that, and it works.
BlackStar wrote:My cousin recently finished this game on a 4850 and I finished it on a 6310. Both Ati cards on Win7 64bit with >4GB RAM.
The unofficial patch was all that we needed to get the game to run. Of course, we were using the original CD version, rather than the Steam one, but I doubt this makes any difference.