A strategy guide for your next game of disk space Tetris.
This throwback to Duke Nukem 3D is proof that hi-res 2D graphics and 3D environments can still play remarkably well together, and it only clocks in at a teeny tiny 100MB.
In exchange for fewer gigabytes than one hand could count, you get an eminently replayable romp through the randomized depths of Hoxxes IV.
Crusader Kings 3 might not have the kind of 3D graphics that gobble up hard drive real estate, but considering it simulates the entirety of medieval politics down to the country level, a measly 8GB is some achievement.
It make be a life-swallowing Viking Minecraft, but for all its survival scope, Valheim will only occupy a single, modest gigabyte on your hard drive/SSD.
A game with that flavor of roguelike magic where lucking into a wild set of upgrades doesn’t just make your current run more exciting, it makes the next one better, too. And all for a tiny 4GB.
If Elden Ring was your first entry into the genre, Dark Souls is a piece of history worth revisiting—and a full 50GB lighter, too.