POLL: Buying game only cus there is a trainer?
debo22t posted on May 06, 2014 8:46:31 AM - Report post
While talking with a buddy today about CH,gaming and other things I asked him why he hasn't bought Batman Arkham city since he loved asylum so much.His reason for not buying it was that the CH trainers don't work with anymore since the update and he very rarely buys a game unless there is a trainer for it.
Anyone else do this?
LordVenator posted on May 06, 2014 8:52:28 AM - Report post
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Not for me. I buy games because I want to play them, whether or not CH makes makes trainers for them. Why would someone buy a game purely based on whether there are cheats for it or not? Game up and finish the game without cheating.
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I sometimes buy games if I see theres a cheat for it. But more often than not I buy a game because I like the developers and what joy their previous product have given me.
ServiusTheBear posted on May 06, 2014 9:29:49 AM - Report post
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I say no because. I only buy games that I like or attract my attention. Like my latest purchase was Kings Bounty. It reminded me of Hero's might n magic. With a slight feel of the old Warcraft.
If I bought games beccause of a trainer was there for them I would have to many games to play. If there is a trainer for them then all the better if not I put a request in if I want it that badly.
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B4Marc posted on May 06, 2014 10:15:07 AM - Report post
There's no choice for some PWD (Person With Disabilities) like me.
It only means that a game is playable or not.
Ok, there's a minority of games who don't need any trainers, but that's a rarity.
In the "old" times the developers included "cheats" to their creations, to make sure to sell to a majority of potential buyers.
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Dhampy posted on May 06, 2014 11:52:09 AM - Report post
The lack of a trainer has led me to decide to not buy a game.
I play games to unwind, and endlessly trying to get past a certain level does not help me unwind.
So, I always look to see if an FPS has a trainer. Not so much with other games, though.
So I voted "sometimes".
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kyle939 posted on May 06, 2014 2:18:40 PM - Report post
I generally buy games because they are a +1 to my Steam list or because I want to play them.
I use a trainer on odd things, like if I cannot be asked to do something I use a trainer, or if I want infinite money or XP in a game with max rank and all I have to do is play the game for fun with everything unlocked, that is all I generally do.
If I have a game I need XP, ranks, money to progress I find it frustrating as I feel the need to reach max rank to grind the hell into it, so if there is a trainer to do all that... I will use it get it all and then slow down in the game and enjoy it for what it is
I have a level and cash to get, I find I cannot enjoy the game much and worry about my level etc.
Nope. I play games that I want to play.
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