C

This score is awarded to games that have received a calculated grade of C for their ultra-widescreen support. All of these games have some level of ultra-widescreen support but have significant issues.

Submitted by b1k3rdude on 21 September, 2008 - 02:48

Thief: Deadly Shadows

Thief: Deadly Shadows sees Garrett return to his thieving ways, in this third installment of Thief the plot involves the mysterious Keeper order. Although the game wasn't developed by the makers of the original Thief, Ion Storm did an admirable job.

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Submitted by Tanuki on 12 April, 2008 - 02:45

Assassin's Creed

This is an adventure game in the spirt of the venerable Thief series without all the moral complications. Players combine stealth with exploration to maneuver their character into optimal assassinating position. Timing is the key to successful combat and survival. Cut-scenes have occasional "glitches" that open up special views and keep the player interacting with the game. The PC version has additional missions unseen in the console original.

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Submitted by Tanuki on 21 February, 2008 - 02:50

Grand Theft Auto III

Grand Theft Auto III (otherwise known as Grand Theft Auto 3, GTA III, or GTA3) is a 2001 sandbox-style action-adventure computer and video game developed by DMA Design (now Rockstar North) in the United Kingdom, and published by Rockstar Games. It is the first 3D title in the Grand Theft Auto series. GTA III is set in modern Liberty City, a fictional metropolitan city based on New York City.

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