DigChrono posted on Dec 14, 2013 3:21:01 AM - Report post
I bought lifetime years ago, and it gets more worth it the more the more trainers I use.
I think it would be good for CH to have a special policy about speedy updates on games that are in beta (or early access on steam), like maybe wait two or three days for another game update before updating the trainer, so that they don't get overworked. I know this was the case with Red Orchestra 2 (a game I would like to see newer trainers for, but I'll vote with my credits instead of my words), even though it was fully released at the time.
Mumbles posted on Dec 15, 2013 12:53:53 AM - Report post
I got my lifetime membership's worth over a year ago.
Were I CH, I'd make it only possible to setup a lifetime sub once or twice a year (perhaps a CH follows steam summer/winter sale) and open the door to a discounted annual sub instead of year round lifetime availability the rest of the year.
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kyetan21 posted on Dec 15, 2013 4:55:51 AM - Report post
Yeah i bought lifetime once my first membership ran out and never looked back, its great bein lifer and this is a great site, no more hunting to find cheats or something for a game that just came out.
I've even told pc gamer friends about this site tellin em its worth the money for the lifetime member! ive been a member for four years now first trainer was for puzzle quest galactrix when it went pc!
DireCyphre posted on Dec 15, 2013 11:04:54 AM - Report post
A suggestion I might make, classify this Starbound as 'Starbound Beta' so that it doesn't effect the possible release version which may or may not come in the distant future. Not that I have any problem with the policy itself either, as I went for Lifetime membership a long time ago, but something tells me this will be a long development cycle if this is only stage 1.
zaznet posted on Dec 15, 2013 11:29:59 AM - Report post
I'd rather see it hit the cap than try to placate the players who won't upgrade. They should update the policy so that new trainers aren't available for a couple days as well. This way games that patch regularly would really require a premium membership to access the trainers. Games that are very stable/older wouldn't.
ShadowTaken posted on Dec 24, 2013 9:38:42 PM - Report post
I bought unlimited I think like 3 years ago, it's a great investment, I use trainers because I don't often feel well and I want to have fun in games and not feel like it's a chore to complete tasks, I'd donate more if I could afford it but I'm glad I bought my membership and I'm happy to support this website and it's community.