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Cheathappens featured on Kotaku
 
TMH  posted on Oct 11, 2010 10:20:04 PM - Report post

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For the Starcraft Article

 
HonestGamer  posted on Oct 11, 2010 10:22:49 PM - Report post

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Ha nice, free promotion!

And its always nice to see the message spread over...Blizzard will get forced to take actions this way, for the good that is.

 
TMH  posted on Oct 11, 2010 10:25:44 PM - Report post

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I am loving the majority of the comments on kotaku's story. Seems the feeling toward Blizzard is mutual.
 
HonestGamer  posted on Oct 11, 2010 10:30:58 PM - Report post

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I am loving the majority of the comments on kotaku's story. Seems the feeling toward Blizzard is mutual.

Indeed, and it would be funny to see if this gets published in GameF**s as well...

1 or 2 sites featuring the article won't do anything to Blizzard, and the motives will continue to be the same.

If major gaming sites (Like IGN) start criticizing Blizzard over this then they will have no alternative but to put a "little" change to their poliecies. So lets just hope for it.

[Edited by HonestGamer, 10/11/2010 10:31:34 PM]

 
AdmiralThrawn  posted on Oct 11, 2010 11:40:35 PM - Report post

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We're also on Bit-Tech.

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TMH  posted on Oct 12, 2010 12:26:21 AM - Report post

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originally posted by HonestGamer

quote:
originally posted by TMH

I am loving the majority of the comments on kotaku's story. Seems the feeling toward Blizzard is mutual.

Indeed, and it would be funny to see if this gets published in GameF**s as well...

1 or 2 sites featuring the article won't do anything to Blizzard, and the motives will continue to be the same.

If major gaming sites (Like IGN) start criticizing Blizzard over this then they will have no alternative but to put a "little" change to their poliecies. So lets just hope for it.

[Edited by HonestGamer, 10/11/2010 10:31:34 PM]

Well all we have to do is push interest on those sites toward the article, if it doesn't get us banned from those sites *cough*Game FAQ's*cough*

 
shianova  posted on Oct 12, 2010 7:53:06 AM - Report post

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This is preposterous, being banned for cheating in single player. I would sue blizzard for this and probably lose lol.
 
AdmiralAckbar  posted on Oct 12, 2010 8:36:24 AM - Report post

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This is preposterous, being banned for cheating in single player. I would sue blizzard for this and probably lose lol.

No my friend, you would definitively lose.

But that's just Blizzard being the regular "friendly" folk they've always been. People have their own right to cheat in singleplayer or VS an AI (still single player). Some of the comments I've seen on Kotaku that were positive for Blizzard used some lame excuse about them having the right because people could've played offline. Why go offline when in reality those crappy achievements are worth absolutely nothing? Ergo to brag about these achievements is to brag about nothing. Oh look I spent an extra 34 hours of my life that I could've spent doing other more useful stuff playing Starcraft 2 and getting the achievements.

What people fail to realize is that this is a strike against single-player privileges. Blizzard is saying that we're either gonna play the game their way or no way at all.
Then answer me this for God's sake, why the hell do people have to pay some 50 dollars or more for a game that's gonna end up in the control of Blizzard.
I mean what happened to the good old days when you'd buy a game and it would actually be yours to do with it what you want?

My advice, go Blackbeard on their asses.

Also kudos to Cheathappens for their support of their customers and thank you for the trainers you have made and the ones you will make.

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