Instead of us giving you advice per game you post, I wilwill provide some advice that will allow you to research this on your own. And I am not trying to be a smartass here, trying to help.
1. Look at the specs (Minimum/Recommended) for the game you want to run. These are normally published on the game's website.
2. Look at the specs for the computer your want to buy.
3. Compare the specs to see if the computer specs meet the minimum required for the game, as posted by the game publisher.
4. If the computer specs are lower than the minimum published by the developer it is not recommended to run the game on that computer.
If you already own the There is also a website that lists what you can/can't run and provides where your system sits in the performance based on the recommended specs form the game developer: