Star Trek Discussion
If there's anti-cheat in multiplayer or co-op since that is kind of like multiplayer, I understand, but anti-cheat in single-player??? Why??? I hate developers and publishers who won't let owners of a game have cheats in single-player mode anymore. I remember the time when new games had cheats and allowed trainers in single-player but now it's far and few in between for games being released currently. This sucks.
[Edited by jsweeley, 4/23/2013 5:04:34 PM]
We appreciate anything you can get.
Game is pretty "meh" anyways.
Story is good but it feels like I am playing a clunky game from the 90's
Was hoping for something closer to Elite Force 2 but oh well...
I agree i said the same thing basically to one of the people who built the anti-cheat. They never gave a rebuttle. To the person in question. You know who you are. Why? Just why?
[Edited by Varacka, 4/24/2013 12:25:32 AM]
I'm very glad that you agree with me and that I'm not the only one who is wondering why developers and/or publishers are now putting in anti-cheat methods in single-player mode of games.
A lot of games have disastrous content but a story that's worth following. There, cheats actually are OK to be used.
Hopefully, this game will be OK also as content.
Co-op games have more advanced cheat protection, and when that happens, the same rules usually apply for single player too, since they wont bother to make a selective protection.
Common thread nowadays from Studios that are not in the MMORPG business to make games that stimulate a MMORPG. So now they are thinking of doing more and more CO-OP/MP elements hoping to make money since they are envy with greed on how the MMO Studios are making millions.
Bottom line is that single player content has fallen to the wayside, no longer are devs interested in the single player storyline, they are more interested in the gamers who prefer to play multiplayer type games and these players tend to play those types of games. However a reputation has grown up with these single player type MP games where the players of these games are cheaters so what does the studio does? they create a game platform that has anti-cheat software due to trainers like cheat happens which has reputation as well.
They see how the big game studios like EA/BW, Blizzard and etc deal with hackers and trainers and they try to emulate those big businesses.
Bottom line they want the money, they want to get rich... They no longer care for the single player storyline, they make videos showing content for single player which is misleading and causes gamers by the millions to buy thier games which is non-refundable and then they screw the player over by providing just enough content for single play but gives impression that in order to fully understand storyline you have to play the multi-player elements of it. And there is the cheating problems that crops up. Gamers who cheat in multiplay in the past will advoid the big MMO's, and now these devs are wanting better anti-cheat software to prevent cheating in thier small version singleplayer with mp elements games.
Yes am very disappointed that single player games are no longer abled to use cheats. Except for a few.
Often times have wished that kept my older systems and kept the older games where singleplayer was rich, long and fun to play and use of cheat codes/trainers for singleplay was fun to do.
Kudos for CH if they get a trainer to work for this game. Though looked at the trailer and saw that single player was not worth spending the money on, for the storyline has richer content if played in the coop mode or multiplayer mode and longer play time.
The Co-op will NOT alter the story or change anything. The trailers just show the co-op is there but it will stay the same.
* Updated game trainers and cheats daily
* Get notified when new cheats are added
* Request which games get new trainers
* Priority support with any problem
firewall and other security software.
on trainer and game.
version and distribution.