Tablets to Run Axiom Verge 2 on a Budget.
|Developer||Thomas Happ Games|
|Publisher||Thomas Happ Games|
|Platforms||Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4, Playstation 5, Windows|
You may have played Axiom Verge, or heard it referenced as a benchmark for indie “metroidvania” adventures. Axiom Verge 2 is part of the same story as Axiom Verge 1 but is a completely new game: new characters, new powers, new enemies, and a new world. You can play it before or after the original.
Meet Indra, the mysterious billionaire behind the worldwide Globe 3 conglomerate. What is this world she’s found? Who are the voices that seem to be calling to her?
Judging by recent records, you can expect to pay around C$25 for Axiom Verge 2 on a regular day, but here's how its price evolved during the last few months:
Computer Specs to Look For
If you're conducting your own search, the following specs are the most common in mass-produced PCs capable of running Axiom Verge 2 at a basic level:
Compatible Ready-Made Systems
The following Tablets meet the minimal system requirements set by Axiom Verge 2's developers. So, it should run the game, but you might need to lower visual quality for an enjoyable experience.
Matches are sorted by price, so if what you see doesn't match your expectations and you can afford to pay more, feel free to move on to the next page.
Nintendo Switch Lite (HDH-001)
This smaller version of the Nintendo Switch is dedicated to mobile gaming. So you do lose the option to connect this version of the console to the TV
Performance in selected Apps
|Axiom Verge 2|
Who it's For
|Bang for the Buck|
6", 1280×720(WXGA, 720p, 0.9MP), Touch Screen
Nvidia Tegra X1
Nvidia Maxwell 256
32 GB total, Media Card Reader