simply buy bigger HDD or just new one as another drive :)
of you have another drive d bigger one, then solution is veryx simle, buy new hdd, instal it, MOVE all from d to new hdd ,then format d, COPY all from c to d (including hidden files).
shut down pc, unplug c, go to bios and setup old d as new c, and if you can there set new hdd as d, if you cant you have to do it under windows.
Enjoy many new free gigas on hdd :).
Buy yourself this, you buy that, and then do X to Y and pull Z after you pushed W1c.
How many times have you read in the forums that there are people outside who, due to short money, aren’t able to "simply" buy a game.
And now such people should buy a bigger hard drive to play the game.
And then there are people which are no computer professionals, they are working with their computers and love to play games beside. Such people often know just where to turn on the computer, not more.
Incidentally, the product info says: Hard Disk Space 2.5 GB.
Perhaps it should also be stated the product info that users of older systems may need to buy a new, larger hard drive and advanced skills in computer technology are also necessary.
Asked by a layman, can’t the developer build in the option during the game installation where the user want to save the games cache and other files?
There are software that offers such an option.
well, price of new 2tb hdds is nice, in range od 2-3 highly priced games or 4-6 normaly priced (ignoring fact that if you cant buy 1 normaly priced game....well running of pc consume some money too.
and buing of new hdd and isntaling it will be allways cheaper than buing whole new pc . As your friend if anyone have pc-knowlenge to instal new hdd for you, if you lack it (and isntaling it is realy easy, especialy s-ata ones, old p-ata were much more trickier).
Or simply do easiest thing - clean up your disk and delete all unnecesary/unnused/old files :).
And yes, it says 2,5gb install size, but this never ever included temporary/chaching/saves...etc files for any game.