I was skeptical at first because I didn't know much about the site. I was on the fence about doing a trial run for a month, a year or just straight up purchasing the lifetime sub. I threw caution to the wind and picked up the lifetime for about 90 bucks ish Canadian. It's more than worth it. It's way more than worth it.
I have a Steam library of anywhere between 300-400 or more games. While I haven't painstakingly searched them all out, I see trainers listed for virtually all of them. I'm a few weeks in now and I've poured a good 70+ hours each into some of my old favorites thanks to new gameplay features. It's like being back on the N64 with a Gameshark all over again.
Depending on how many games you play, you could be looking at pennies per game, if that. Not including the several updates many trainers get. The support is great. The forums are filled with legitimately helpful info. The site is incredibly easy to navigate. If you're reading this and on the fence like I was, just do it.
Once the holiday rush is over, I'd like to donate more often to become a regular contributor and support the site. There's nothing like clearing out your Steam backlog by becoming a God with the click of a button and walking through gunfire unscathed, slaughtering entire armies while enjoying an alcoholic beverage on the side.
Oh and that's another thing, I now no longer have to choose between getting considerably hammered and playing action packed games. With the touch of one key, Agent 47 becomes a ghost while the person controlling him works his way towards liver failure.
Buy the lifetime sub. I could go on for days. This is amazing. I'm having a blast.
Soo.. recommend that, before you go lifetime, check out the games you want to actually play... and the responses from the owners of the website to the people asking for trainers to be re-opened in each of the retired games. Pretty entertaining.
I do appreciate the comments from the original poster. I personally think that we're doing a hell of a job considering the current state of PC gaming where games are no longer tested and either require 500 patches, have built-in cheat triggers for the single player game that must be defeated, or both.
YES the CH TEAM is doing a Great Job
AS you age like i have then you will like it more and more every year 63 now and don't have the reflexes any more so just reach over and hit a few keys and feel young as the others
[Edited by wee_wee, 11/7/2013 8:12:49 PM]
I've even found myself buying games I wouldn't normally try just to see how they play with a trainer.
Is there an option to donate into a pool for the trainer devs to pick up new releases so they aren't going out of pocket? Or maybe even games that show a considerable interest? If there is, I'd love to throw some bucks in it.
Edit: Scratch that. I already knew the donation page existed. I'm donating now since I have some spare change.
[Edited by duckweed, 11/7/2013 11:15:25 PM]
Now to your comment on the responses of the CHT. I have to say the CHT are in the right. Due to how the users act. I have been on the site daily and I have seen it all. So they are in their right to respond as such in my books. As to the retired trainers, I can point out most of them are retired due to complaints repeated over and over. Normally due to users not reading the threads fully to find the fixes. Also most people complaining to do not provide enough information to help with the problem. Only to say "the trainer does not work" or something else along those lines. So being unable to reproduce the problem to fix it or those just ignoring advice and plainly saying its the trainers fault. Combined with the games that constantly got patched nearly every day. Where the ones that mainly got retired. The old games that got retired are usually because the game has not been updated in a long time. So attention can be moved to other newer games.
Now to the games that are updated more than 20 times in a short period of time. Cause more workload on the CHT, combined with the games that are not being patched like crazy hamsters. So there for it is justified for the update to Lifetime needed for those games. But you must remember. That you are just paying to use the products they make. You are not paying for the right to demand a trainer being made. Therefore they can stop at any time. In a way its just access to use them. But even with that, it is still worth the money to get a lifetime membership.
@wee_wee, Am glad to see an older gamer. Games are just for not children. Happy gaming friend. We are all big kids XD
@fullmetal5550, Really! You have not gotten it yet! I am so disappointed brother. Get out there and sell your kidney or your younger brother or sister! NOW! :P Just joking, glad to see you are grabbing it soon.
So basically al say this. If you wish to win and play it your way. Then make the investment in a Lifetime Membership. It is worth it.
* Updated game trainers and cheats daily
* Get notified when new cheats are added
* Request which games get new trainers
* Priority support with any problem