Starcraft 2: Wings of Liberty Discussion
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Well, this ruins any hope of diablo 3 or any other title that blizzard produces. im done spending money on the monster. Good devs or not, if they are truly this power hungry, they will go bankrupt.
I mean come on...if Microsoft, of all people, can program this type of punuishment, there should be no excuse that others can program it in (and everyone knows Microsoft has quite a history with bad products at the RTM level...though they eventually learn and fix).
[Edited by Neo7, 10/24/2010 7:52:28 AM]
my 2 cents.
I have never, EVER left the trainer running, i have chatted to other players while playing the single player campaign, but the only times i played MP was to see what it was like in this game and i played 3 co-op and won those, it was a mate i met in the game, faced him once, lost pretty quick, pretty decent player, took his time to build up a base.
I also played another mp game against another player and beat him, from his score, he must have been new to the game, but all this was 39 weeks ago, beyond that, i have no interest in mp, i find it a waste of time.
I think a more valid way of banning should be to block access to mutliplayer, while still allowing single player use, thats how i would do it, if i was a developer of a game and there were cheaters in mp, i would ban them from accessing the multiplayer part of the game and it can be done, i know it can.
btw their eula rules is for multiplayer only (online gaming) it did not specify anything about the singleplayer, i haven't checked if they changed their rules but there is allot of scams going round aswell, email's that look a bit blizz like but are full of crap just to get their hands on your account with your games in it. (lost my acc that way once, was lucky enough to change pass and email adress to get the acc back)
Well, the EULA thing just says any use of 3rd party programs to gain an unfair advantage is not allowed, it doesn't specifically say on single player or multiplayer, but i think it just means no 3rd party programs at all.
But i honestly don't see the issue, but thats just me.
I personally have deleted the game from my computer, i mean if i can't play single player on my own, the way i want to, i don't want to play the game at all and like others, its my last lot of my money i will be paying blizzard.
[Edited by JamieK, 5/13/2011 12:21:07 AM]
Though I rarely use trainers, I waited for a while to see what player reviews were going to be like, when PWizard made his post way back when regarding banned accounts. I then thought I will never buy this game and I haven't to this day, I really like RTS games and thought this would be great. I know it has a console, which I would typically use, but this pushed the limits of what I would tolerate in a single player environment.
I completely understand trainers not being allowed in multiplayer situations and rightfully so, they should never be allowed there. Since this site doesn't condone that, I thought this would be enough for the game makers to allow the use of trainers otherwise. So far it seems, only Battlenet (Blizzard/Activision) is the only one to do this with trainers, and they have stained my view of them to the point of no purchases of their games, ever, no matter how attractive, nor how much I want the game. This is one of the reasons why cracks are made for games, and I deplore those.
Thats the sad thing about blizzard, they are totally over-reacting with this trainer fiasco, i personally would use the built-in cheat codes, but they disable ALL achievements in the campaign being played, even if you use a single code, once on a single mission.
I have 100s of games and i honestly do not have enough time to play them all without cheating atleast a little bit.
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