Anime games tend to be less demanding than your average AAA title, so we made sure to pick the very best, that can even run on a potato!
Trying to find anime games that can run on a low-end computer can prove to be challenging, that is why we’re doing a list of titles that will perform decently on your rig.
Among all the anime games in the industry, it can be challenging to find great titles that can run decently on potato hardware. Lucky for you, this list got you covered, so you needn’t worry anymore.
The list will feature the best anime games that will run on your low-end PC at 30-60 FPS. Just for reference, these games were tested using these specific specs: i5 2400, 6GB RAM, GT 630, and 500GB HDD.
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Developer: Sega Wow, Red EntertainmentPublisher: Sega, Tezuka ProductionsPlatform: PS2 | PS2 EmulatorRelease Date: September 9, 2004Region: JP-NA-EU
Next on the list with an anime game that you probably didn’t know existed to this day. Blood Will Tell ( or known as Dororo in Japan) is a hack and slash anime game based on the original manga and anime that aired back in 1967.
Similar to the source material, you play as Hyakkimaru who is on a mission to retrieve the body parts that were stolen from him by the fiends when he was a baby. Hyakki is not alone, Dororo got his back too. What’s great about Blood Will Tell is that you get to play as Dororo in some parts of the game as well.
While it’s unlikely that Sega may consider bringing back the title, you can play the game using a PS2 emulator. It runs fine on a low-end computer with minor tweaks here and there.
That’s it for the list. Thank you for reading, and let me know if you have any Anime titles for a low-end PC!