A game whose vertical Field of Vision changes with aspect ratio (rather than being fixed), however it does not provide a detrimental experience to widescreen gamers. The difference between Vert+ and Vert-, is that a Vert+ game was designed for 16:9 or 16:10. A Vert+ game will give you more "floor and sky" in 4:3, but you're not missing anything in 16:9. A Vert- game has it's proper aspect at 4:3, and you got off the intended viewport at widescreen resolutions. This is a modern phenomenon that is coming into play for games made at the end of the Xbox360/PS3 console file. Some modern games, such as those based on the UE3 engine, may still be Vert-.

Submitted by Anonymous on 26 February, 2016 - 11:36


Guide your defenseless little sister to safety in this medieval stealth game. Shadwen can sneak, stab, climb, grapple, create diversions and lay mortal traps to move guardsmen out of Lily's way - but she must remain unseen. Time freezes whenever you release the controls so you can look around to evaluate your stratagems, chain actions efficiently, and rewind to undo a blunder.
Trine developer Frozenbyte released a demo level for free with the promise that the full game's price would drop according to the community score at the end of the event.

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Submitted by Mesenzio on 24 January, 2016 - 00:02

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain

The Phantom Pain is the latest installment in the long-running Metal Gear series. It is an open world action-adventure stealth video game the follows directly its prequel Ground Zeroes.

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