Native

A game whose widescreen method is "Native" is a game where enabling widescreen can be done entirely from the ingame options menus. A game can only be considered "Native" if there is no way to improve the widescreen support externally. For example, if a game supports widescreen resolutions natively, but is vert - this way, and it is possible to make it hor + via editing the .ini file, it can not be considered a native game.

Submitted by Anonymous on 28 November, 2018 - 00:49

PAYDAY 2

PAYDAY 2 is an action-packed, four-player co-op shooter that once again lets gamers don the masks of the original PAYDAY crew - Dallas, Hoxton, Wolf and Chains - as they descend on Washington DC for an epic crime spree.

Submitted by vekio on 25 November, 2018 - 09:34

Terrorist Takedown 3

Terrorist Takedown 3 is a first-person shooter and an installment in the long-running Terrorist Takedown series. The player takes the role of a member of an anti-terrorist squad and fights against terrorism in Somalia. First, he takes part in the action release of the hijacked ship, and later, he has to kill the terrorist leader. The anti-terrorist members can use various guns and rifles or grenades. Health can be recovered by laying low for a while. During some missions specific items are used such as a Geiger counter.

Submitted by vekio on 20 November, 2018 - 19:38

Terrorist Takedown 2 US Navy Seals

Terrorist Takedown 2: US Navy Seals is yet another installment of the Terrorist Takedown series.

Again the player is drawn into the "War against Terror" in the middle east. This time the story of the game evolves around a hostage situation, which the player and his team has to resolve.

Submitted by WidescreenClassics on 17 November, 2018 - 16:08

Virtua Tennis 3

Virtua Tennis 3 (Sega Professional Tennis: Power Smash 3 in Japan) is the second arcade game sequel to Sega's tennis game franchise, Virtua Tennis. The arcade version of Virtua Tennis 3 is powered by the PC-based Sega Lindbergh arcade system board. Ports for the PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation Portable and PlayStation 3 consoles are also available with a traditional collection of tennis minigames that the home versions of Virtua Tennis are known for. In 2009, Sega updated and re-created Virtua Tennis 3 in Virtua Tennis 2009.

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