Batman: Arkham City Discussion
I meant game developers. Before the rise of multiplayer and achievements many games had cheats in them. The only PC games that I think of that had developer consoles in them in the past two years is Dragon Age, Dragon Age 2, Fallout 3, Fallout: New Vegas, and Skyrim.
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Well I just finished a session with the game when it decided to crash and as far as I can tell the unlimited health is working for me. At this point I don't know whats causing the game to crash all I know is from what I've read on the Rocksteady forums at this time I doubt if Rocksteady is working on the crashing problem, although hopefully they will.
It's still the UT3 engine. All the command are in the .ini files but it's pretty hard to find useful entries for cheating.
I found something funny in one of the .ini files. If you click on engine, config, and then BaseEngine there is this. bAllowMatureLanguage=FALSE. Does that mean there is some voice work in the game with pretty harsh language? I was surprised to find it.
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Besides the only way you could play the game offline as far as I know and still be able to save your progress is if you reinstall the game and then do not login to GFWL.
I know this since before the current trainer for the retail version was released and I tried it with the original trainer and of course it still crashed the game. But the good this I was able to autosave the game though.
The thing is I have not tried it with the current trainer.
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