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Luckslinger [PC]
Luckslinger
FPS System Benchmark
200+ FPS
High
Graphics Card
  • Release Date
    Q2 2015
  • Genre
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PC System Analysis for Luckslinger
Luckslinger is a hip-hop infused spaghetti western action platformer where luck affects the world around you. In Luckslinger, luck is a collectable resource that can make the player lucky or unlucky, which affects the game world and gameplay.For example, when the player is lucky enough, enemy bullets can be deflected, or your trusty duck companion will grab some health for you. However, when you’re unlucky, bridges might collapse or rocks might fall on your head

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Luckslinger System Requirements
Intel CPU
AMD CPU
Nvidia Graphics Card
AMD Graphics Card
RAM
OS
Direct X
HDD Space
GD Verdict
Minimum Requirements
1 GB
GD RAM hardware score: 1
Win Xp 32
DX 9
500 MB
FPS
GD Adjusted Requirements
2 GB
GD RAM hardware score: 2
Win Xp 32
DX 9
500 MB
FPS
Recommended Requirements
2 GB
GD RAM hardware score: 2
Win Xp 32
500 MB
FPS
Average Frames Per Second
Low Setting
Premium Only FPS
Medium Setting
Premium Only FPS
High Setting
Premium Only FPS
Ultra Setting
Premium Only FPS
Cost Per Frame
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Modern Only
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Luckslinger vs Avg. AAA Game System Requirements
Avg. AAA Recommended Requirements
CPU
306%
Graphics Card
838%
RAM
10GB
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