No you can't apart from maybe L4D and even that will run like a dog.
You shouldn't be using your laptop for gaming, laptops just aren't cut out for it even laptops that are marketed as 'gaming laptops'. Those tiny cases, small fans and wafer thin heatsinks just aren't suitable IMO for handling all the heat generated by your hardware that created whilst gaming.
It might be ok for a year but eventually you will start to notice things will crash randomly and your PC acting strangely, this is because all the heat has a cumlative effect and will degrade silicon over time.
Sorry to be a killjoy but I'm only trying to warn you just stick to what a laptop is good for home work, study and surfing.