B

This medal is awarded to games that have received a calculated grade of B for their ultra-wide support. All of these games are without major flaws, but either have at least one blemish that prevents a perfect score.

Submitted by Blevar on 24 January, 2012 - 14:28

Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II

It is the distant future and the Imperium of Man has spread across the entire galaxy. But our days of expansion are long past. Where once we fought to conquer, now we fight simply to survive. Savage and bloodthirsty aliens ravage our worlds. Our defenders die by the billions in endless wars of attrition. Devious enemies lure us into traps and snares. Advanced alien technology claims millions of lives in mere moments.

Now, from beyond the galaxy's edge comes the greatest threat yet to our survival.

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 ViciousXUSMC on 8 December, 2011 - 19:17

Trine 2

Trine 2 is the successor the great physics based action side-scroller and puzzle game Trine. Enjoy taking on the rolls of the Knight, Thief, and Wizard either alone or with friends via online cooperative play.

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Submitted by thales100 on 14 September, 2011 - 17:05

Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad

Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad is an WWII themed first-person shooter video game developed and published by Tripwire Interactive, with realistic gameplay elements. It is a sequel to Red Orchestra: Ostfront 41-45. The title will focus heavily on the Battle of Stalingrad. Guns behave realistically, with bullet drop and spin taken into account. The game also does away with elements of a traditional HUD like an ammo counter, forcing players to remember, or manually check, how many bullets are left in the gun's magazine.

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