Anamorphic

Anamorphism is a specific behavior of letterboxed pictures. If a picture with a wide aspect ratio is letterboxed on a 4:3 monitor, and when the same image is shown on a widescreen monitor, the aspect ratio is unaltered, but the black bars are either reduced or removed, it is said to be anamorphic. This behavior is very common for widescreen DVD movies, fairly common for cut-scenes in PC games, but very uncommon in proper gameplay of PC games.

Submitted by HaYDeN on 30 June, 2012 - 11:58

Spec Ops: The Line

The Line is primarily a third-person shooter with emphasis on utilizing cover and squad-based tactics. The player controls Captain Martin Walker, who is accompanied by a Delta Force team to rescue a U.S. Army Colonel Konrad, who remained behind in Dubai after contact with the city was lost. To accomplish this goal, players must traverse the city to neutralize enemy threats, braving natural disasters and hallucinations.

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