Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Discussion
Oh and one more thing: If you are too cheap to game, then you shouldn't game.
[Edited by ACiDxCHRiST, 11/17/2009 12:43:12 PM]
Downloaded the trainer the other day upon release of the updated version, all worked fine yesterday but went to play today and it seems to kill the game when i try to activate?
Is anyone else having this problem?
[Edited by ACiDxCHRiST, 11/17/2009 1:44:23 PM]
This is the main reason why I ALWAYS try before I buy.
I buy a very large number of games throughout the year and sometimes I have been stupid and impulsive and purchased a game that doesn't have a demo.
Well that just sucks if the game costs 60 bucks and I will never play it..... Hmmm kinda like that horribly boring game I bought last year Far Cry 2.
I have no problem with Steam "unless they are down of course" in fact it's a nice easy way for me to move from computer to computer and reinstall if needed.
One more thing;
Spare me the honesty lecture as you sit on a cheating site forum.
Cheating in single player games adds crap loads of replayability to most games and it has been directly responsible for a whole helluva lot more game time for me. Plus I have a form of OCD when it comes to gaming that most people would call a "completionist". I almost always have to cheat on RPG games because the thought of not being able to have *ALL* of my abilities maxed out by the end of the game simply drives me mad.
So cheating extends my enjoyment of most games and actually allows me to enjoy other games that I would not be able to enjoy otherwise due to my personality conflict with the design.
On the other hand all competitive/multiplayer cheaters must die. They deserve criminal prosecution much like a streaker at a soccer game or other similar offenses that interrupt/ruin the fun of others.
And just so we don't argue a pointless argument, I want to make it clear that I support "Try before you buy", but my point is that the PC gaming community really needs to start embracing that "Before you BUY" part so that we will not be witness to the demise of "Hardcore" PC gaming.
If something doesn't change, the only thing PC gamers will have to look forward to is "The Sims 9"
[Edited by ACiDxCHRiST, 11/17/2009 2:04:44 PM]
Using cheats is not the same as performing an illegal activity. Cheats are for personal use as they ARE BUILT IN BY THE MANUFACTURER'S THEMSELVES most of the time. Game companies are skeptical at devices that modify the game memory directly (e.g. Trainers, GameSharks, AR devices, ect) but as it stands today, can be used legally for single player offline play.
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