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 Anonymous on 4 March, 2009 - 02:52

Mirror's Edge

Be ready for loads of running, jumping, climbing and little to no weapon wielding. Make your way across the City's rooftops as a death- and gravity-defying Runner. Your agility and awareness of your environment will be your most useful resources as you try to stay alive and uncover the truth on a murder implicating your own cop sister.

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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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