Shogun 2: Total War Discussion
(since ILOVEYOUGUYS is, according to stuffy old Webster NOT one word )
Some people seem to have serious problems waiting for even the shortest time for anything. Though I can assure you most of these people are likely still in high school or middle school so they have no friggin' clue about how the "real" world works yet. Because their mummies and daddies get them everything they want, when they want it... Mostly just to shut them up.
Please don't lump everyone here into that group of whiners... As some of us actually appreciate what you do here for us gamer types.
Heck... If it weren't for the cheathappens.com site, the gaming industry would make a lot less money. I usually won't even buy a game unless I know it's got a trainer. And I have no problem waiting. I'm one of the few people left that plays single player games for fun and not an aggravating challenge or competition.
One of my college psychology text books states that "The average person is 85% more likely to complain about something than to compliment something."
Though, from what I have been seeing... Some companies are purposely over-patching their games during the first month or so to combat multi-player cheaters and less than legal things and so on.
For those of you that hate how steam auto updates, there are ways to prevent it from doing that. A little bit of research can be your friend.
I just want to thank you guys that make cheathappens.com possible in the first place. Keep up the good work, even if we gotta wait a week, a month, or even a year. ^_^
A very satisfied lifetime member,
[Edited by greggy27de, 4/18/2011 9:02:30 PM]
What you do is worth every single (euro)(dollar) and WAY BEYOND!
Please do not be offended by some people who have no idea what you guys do every single day.
Such people will always be there.
Thank you all, very much, your services are formidable!
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