Hello all, recently (yesterday to be exact) my brother and I purchased Space Engineers from Steam. After a few rabbit trails, SE installed successfully and I was able to navigate to the Main Menu. But the problem arose when creating a new Quickstart world for incredible lag broke out after it was loaded. I would not be surprised if it was lower than 1 FPS and it was extremely hard to navigate with the mouse (it took +15 seconds to push a single button because the cursor was jumping all over the place). I'm not expecting anything amazing, all we want is just a workable Space Engineers game on which simple worlds can be played (not fancy, extravagant multiplayer worlds). Oh, and I also tried to create a new empty world with the lowest settings and the lag was a little better, but hardly noticeably different (still unplayable). Below are the computer specs for you to examine: Microsoft Windows XP SP2 AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 4200+ 2.20 GHx, 1.93GB of RAM NVIDIA GeForce 6150LE, 256MB Don't laugh, this is no joke. I know we are right on the edge (and a bit over) of the minimum system requirements, but could you give me an honest answer if SE will function properly (*more properly) if 2 more sticks of 1GB RAM were added? The graphics card is inset in the motherboard so correct me if I'm mistaken but adding more RAM will add more video memory? Any help is greatly appreciated as we are dying to play Space Engineers and if you need more (specific) information, just comment below and I will try to get it to you. -=plinkster702=- P.S. We run Minecraft on the same PC and it functions quite well even though is below the Minecraft system requirements. We may also be willing to install a GeForce 8800GT graphics card if the extra RAM doesn't improve "gameplay".