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Nvidia and AMD have released top-tier graphics cards for the next generation of gaming, but you can’t get them anywhere . Trump’s tariffs have raised prices even further this year . And while NVIDIA just announced yet another card— the affordable RTX 3060 —I wouldn’t expect to get one of those anytime soon either. So what’s a PC gamer with an itchy trigger finger supposed to do? Chances are you’ve probably played most of the big, popular, well-reviewed games of the past decade. But it’s likely you missed out on some hidden gems that didn’t take off right away, or had rocky starts and got better over time. This isn’t a list of low-spec games for laptops running integrated graphics—some of them might, but that isn’t the goal. (There are already plenty of lists like that out there, especially if you like lower-fidelity indie titles.) Instead, these are solid games from the past decade that’ll run on your GTX 1060 or older just fine—you just don’t see them on typical best-of lists from that era. Titanfall 2 is easily one of the best single-player first-person shooter campaigns I’ve played in years, and it was totally overshadowed by EA’s inane decision to release it at the same time as Battlefield 1 , which was also released around the same time as Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare . As a result, despite generally positive reviews, Titanfall 2 fell off the radar of too many people—which is sad. What isn’t sad is […]