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IbrahimX999  posted on Jun 29, 2017 5:08:24 PM - Report post

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It is an increasing trend to make it difficult to cheat in video games with an online aspect under the umbrella of subsequently making it more difficult to cheat in the online aspect. So funny, people that do want to cheat online, seems to always find their way around just fine regardless. Protecting the game of copying is also silly since they get cracked sooner or later. It took a while for Denuvo to be taken down but, it was done.

This very piece of news, reminds of the days of Mafia (Two was it or the first one?) when we had to use the stripped down (i.e. cracked version) as a paid customer just so my character's health doesn't run out.

Video games producers specifically and media producers generally must understand that having a threat after threat before the movie starts, or requiring us to connect to the internet or whatever other silly prerequisites we must do before we get access to their work are only turning people away from them.

An exemplary producer that learned this and was heavily rewarded by gamers was CD Projekt RED with The Witcher 3. A GOG with no copy protection for a triple A game? **** yeah. Do you know how many copies I bought of The Witcher 3? four copies. Mind how greatly I look at them and the respect they have earned from everyone.

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They are losing us, the paid customers and they themselves are making us look for other avenues to get the games.

 
Lakku  posted on Jun 29, 2017 5:38:20 PM - Report post

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Denuvo hasn't been defeated. It can be implemented in various ways, from simple .exe encryption to embedding it into the games encrypted files and processes, which then has to 'phone home'. There are MANY games that have yet to be cracked, especially games with a heavy online aspect that are updated regularly.

As for the original topic, I have mixed feelings. I agree that I should be able to play my offline game the way I choose, but I also realize that I don't actually own the game or game assets, and that most countries prohibit modifying or changing proprietary code. I won't get mad about it but I hope it isn't a trend. It seems Ubisoft is the main company going after cheat happens trainers, starting back with AC Unity. Ghost Recon doesn't bother me, but an AC without being able to use a trainer might, because I don't have 50 hours to devote to every game I play anymore.

 
rodpanther  posted on Jun 29, 2017 5:40:59 PM - Report post

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I think UBI put in extra measures because the new Tier 1 mode allows you to upgrade the damage of the weapons in game with collected supplies. So in effect the add supplies option could add thousands of supplies making it easy to upgrade your weapons to max game damage.. You could probably have a simple pistol doing the same damage as a 50 cal at max level.. hence when they ever get round to PVP you may have a 'slight' advantage on others

Thats my take on it

Anyways thanks for all the trainers you have brought out over the years. Work is still appreciated

 
ERICKIM973  posted on Jun 29, 2017 6:15:31 PM - Report post

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Thank you. The game is not that difficult but since there is no New Game +, the trainer was handy to level up.
 
IbrahimX999  posted on Jun 29, 2017 8:19:32 PM - Report post

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originally posted by Lakku

Denuvo hasn't been defeated. It can be implemented in various ways, from simple .exe encryption to embedding it into the games encrypted files and processes, which then has to 'phone home'. There are MANY games that have yet to be cracked, especially games with a heavy online aspect that are updated regularly.

As for the original topic, I have mixed feelings. I agree that I should be able to play my offline game the way I choose, but I also realize that I don't actually own the game or game assets, and that most countries prohibit modifying or changing proprietary code. I won't get mad about it but I hope it isn't a trend. It seems Ubisoft is the main company going after cheat happens trainers, starting back with AC Unity. Ghost Recon doesn't bother me, but an AC without being able to use a trainer might, because I don't have 50 hours to devote to every game I play anymore.

What are those "MANY" games you are referring to?. No one with a sane mind would bother facing Den to crack Fernbus Simulator or Handball 17. It is not worth it. RiME and Tekken 7 were both destroyed in less than 6 days!. Online-only video games shouldn't be able to be cracked anyway. As troubling as Den is still, it is not a problem as it used to be anymore. Especially with the recent advancements in the x64 debugging scene. Which is basically why Den held so strongly at the beginning as that area was lacking severely.

 
CyPHeR369  posted on Jun 29, 2017 8:51:55 PM - Report post

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Got last trainer to activate twice now with no crash (tried god, ammo and drone teleport successfully), more trial and error to follow as it may be a fluke, and don't wanna get get ppl's hopes up just yet.
 
Loki  posted on Jun 29, 2017 10:21:21 PM - Report post

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Its all about the money, they want people to pay them to unlock, pay them for extra ammo, pay them to make a game easier, and they are not the only ones.

We used to joke about how one day Madden NFL games would require day one DLC to air the ball up so you can pass, well that day is coming. My fear is that it will not only destroy gaming, but destroy this great site, hosted by these great people.

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eta3minutes  posted on Jun 29, 2017 11:39:17 PM - Report post

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Actually, some functions of the last trainer is still working in the latest game. Just need to disconnect from the Internet before open the trainer or right after the trainer finish its authorization online( "customized for: XXXXXX" text gone) in case the offline key doesn't work( happen to me before).

The game will shut down when activate the trainer if you disconnect from the Internet after trainer has been fully opened and the window pop up.

So, is it possible that you guys update the trainer to made the cheat functions working and let players deal with the "starting everything offline" manually for the time being? Just a thought.

Thanks for your hard work anyway!

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