Sorry to 'necro' this but it was still on the first page and I didn't want to start a new thread. Does anyone know what the reviewer meant by this?
But now the game whistles along at Warp 10 with not a single problem to be found. A combination of AGEOD support and forum discussion (mine was not an isolated issue) revealed you had to install the game in a separate location from the default Program Files (X86) folder, delete an “ini” file from the game’s root directory and then open up another game file into Notepad to change a few numbers. BAM! Now the game runs like a thoroughbred even on my wife’s low-end Lenovo, so no problem, right? Welllll . . . As a reviewer I got some pretty quick help, I love forums and as a former IT Director I’m pretty comfortable going into files and recoding them (tho my “what the Hell, let’s do it” personality doesn’t hurt). Other folks, not so much maybe. They expect a game to be ready to play out of the box and may not be nearly as knowledgeable or comfortable in doing what I had to do.
I'd like to try and improve my performance if possible.