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Now Blizzard is after the cheat makers.
 
GhostSarahNova  posted on Oct 22, 2010 12:31:42 AM - Report post

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well its been a short run
 
Kakashi117  posted on Oct 22, 2010 3:07:54 AM - Report post

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I agree with DarkElfa, and the only reason I use trainer is to use it on Single player for enjoying the game content like storyline and stuff like finding glitch or easter egg without getting killed (like on Halo 2 Vista for ref, because all easter egg appear only on Legendary mode) and I also wish that they dont come after CH, because as far as I know CH is the only site (Except GameBurnCopy, and correct if I'm wrong) that provide a working trainer on most game without damage my PC.

[Edited by Kakashi117, 10/22/2010 3:08:19 AM]

 
HonestGamer  posted on Oct 22, 2010 4:38:31 AM - Report post

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Haven't gone through each and every page, so please don't remind me of posts that are like this one.

IMO, the CH trainer is making it easy for us to get achievements that are shared with the multiplayer component of the game. So I am sure that Blizzard will regard CH as "Multiplayer Hackers".

So this is a situation where Blizzard will surely land itself in reduced sales when it comes to their future releases.

 
piggypigs  posted on Oct 24, 2010 2:16:48 AM - Report post

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Man, this makes me so glad that I didn't ... give them my cash, that is.

I was having huge expectation of the Starcraft 2 but when I heard of the various development as it nears its release, it sends chill down my spine and it seems to me that the good dependable blizzard of old is not longer there. And the clincher for me is the ridiculous pricing of the game at S$109 (that is around US$83) for a plain old regular version. A collector version will set me back as much as S$ 200 (US$ 153). I decided right there and than that it is pure piracy and I will not be a party to this trend of rising cost of games. And now I am so glad I did, cause it seems that all Blizzard/Activision thinks about is money and the bottom line, without any thoughts about its core business and its clients.

 
axlevought  posted on Oct 25, 2010 11:39:16 AM - Report post

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I wonder if Blizzard was outright tainted by Activision in the merger, or if they were going downhill before that. Maybe the very fact they joined up with Activision was a sign of decay. Either way, something happened in Blizzard a few years ago that is making them go to the "Dark Side".
 
Neo7  posted on Oct 27, 2010 2:22:29 PM - Report post

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quote:
originally posted by HonestGamer

Haven't gone through each and every page, so please don't remind me of posts that are like this one.

IMO, the CH trainer is making it easy for us to get achievements that are shared with the multiplayer component of the game. So I am sure that Blizzard will regard CH as "Multiplayer Hackers".

So this is a situation where Blizzard will surely land itself in reduced sales when it comes to their future releases.

The main issue is Intellectual Property rights.

They sued mulitplayer hacks because the creators were making a profit off of them (something derived from StarCraft 2's software)

They sued MBCGame because they're using StarCraft: Brood War tournaments because they're making a profit with their product (and they want part of that money).

This is just my speculation (read: Not truth), but I think they're targetting people who make money from their products (and don't pay royalties to them).

 
Matri  posted on Oct 27, 2010 2:54:08 PM - Report post

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"When users of the Hacks download, install, and use the Hacks, they copy StarCraft II copyrighted content into their computer’s RAM in excess of the scope of their limited license, as set forth in the EULA and ToU, and create derivative works of StarCraft II"

Say goodbye to game mods, say goodbye to user-created content. It's very broad-reaching and ambiguous wording, such that they can define the capital-H "Hacks" any way they want.

 
Caliber  posted on Nov 07, 2010 7:33:03 AM - Report post

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what will happen is that the previously legit players who purchased the game before will download cracked or warez versions of the game so they wont lose their 60 bucks to some lame ban. this is the future for the series of this game. i hate to say it, but blizzard is actually going to cause more people to get ahold of illegal or warez copies of this game so they can play it without fear of banning.

my 2 cents.

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