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 3 January, 2012 - 12:01

Hunted: The Demon's Forge

Third-person slasher with basic loot, XP and auto-cover systems. You play as either Elara the elven archer or Caddoc the barbarian, both of which must cooperate to open certain doors, trigger story-related events and revive each other. Hunted also features a level editor and Gamespy-powered LAN and online multiplayer, but sadly no local co-op. It's a mediocre game at best, but at least it's easy to fix.

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Submitted by Anonymous on 15 October, 2011 - 20:57

Sonic Generations

Set across three defining eras from 20 years of Sonic the Hedgehog video game history, the instantly recognisable environments of Sonic Generations have been re-built in stunning HD and are now playable in both classic side scrolling 2D from 1991, as well as modern 3D style found in Sonic's most recent adventures. Each incarnation of Sonic in Sonic Generations comes complete with his trademark special move, Spin Dash and Spin Attack for Classic Sonic, and Homing Attack and Sonic Boost for Modern Sonic.

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