System requirements are not just applicable to some games; these are part of every game. There is no game that exists today that does not have any system requirement for the computer to properly run the game.
Anyone who lies can be called a cheater or a cheat. In school, when you "cheat" it is understood that you have copied others' answers or from a source, say a book, during an exam. Between you and your lover, it could mean having an affair with another or simply lying.
Youngsters these days are so into PC games, starting from the basic RPG's (Role-playing Games) to the a lot more interesting as well as difficult MMORPGs (Massively Multiplayer Online Role-playing Games) played by means of the internet.
Most of you who are familiar with PC games have heard of "The Sims." Made by Electronic Arts, these games allow you to control a "Sim" (a simulated person) and program their likes and dislikes, careers, free time, and anything else you can think of.