Hor+

Hor +, or horizontal plus, refers to a behavior specific to certain games that support both 4:3 resolutions and widescreen resolutions. A hor + game is a game that when played on a widescreen monitor with a widescreen resolution, expands the horizontal component of the FOV while keeping the vertical component roughly or exactly the same. This is often considered the ideal solution for widescreen games, as it grants widescreen users a wider picture.

Submitted by Paddy the Wak on 15 May, 2006 - 02:51

Far Cry

Upon its release, Far Cry awed the world by beating Half Life 2 and Doom 3 (then most anticipated titles) by being the first of a series of “next gen” first person shooter’s. It was critically and publicly acclaimed for its cutting-edge graphics, AI, and environment, and won further praise for being the first game to support HDR.

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