Thanks for the response! I understand, I look forward to seeing how CH continues to evolve as well. So much in the industry has changed since as recently as 2008 or so (basically, around the time EA realized they could churn out new games from their own or licensed IP on a roughly two-year cycle and make obscene amounts of cash, even if it left some pretty important stuff by the wayside - not to mention companies' overcommitment to financialism, emergence of broad F2P games, app games released to the PC... a lot, in other words!).
I know the site has to change with the times, too, and whatever helps you guys get metrics on where to spend your effort so that the fewest dudes gripe about everything ( ) is fine by me. I just sunk my collected points into a game I'm looking forward to a trainer for (if it turns out to be feasible) and you can get a pretty good idea from the requirements and how people are meeting them on the requests page as to what people REALLY want - sort of a "put your money where your mouth is" approach, I bet that allows you a great deal of resolution, so to speak, in making trainers we users will actually want and use.
I don't take it negatively, I get ya, It's hard for me to explain you AAA games, as I just KNOW if a game is AAA or not, Like muscle memory, it's Game memory xD the first thing I'll suggest you on AAA games, is the ones made by big companies and very popular, like GTA V and, Destiny(console but an example) Dishonored, Hitman absolution, Thief. The ones with a big team is an option too, Tomb Raider. Graphics is a good thing to look at, they are usually AAA if very high.
[Edited by techowl, 8/24/2014 7:03:44 PM]
What if his truck is selling Ben and Jerry's?
Ok, I think we can basically work with that PWiz. The evolution of confusion today was a few of us were discussing the Redux games hoping CH would update trainers for those AAA games. Then 0x90 told us we'd have to submit new requests and pay again. Then you posted it was a AAA game. There's always been a lot of confusion about that. Thanks for the clarity.