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What made you want to cheat?
 
RomireOnline  posted on Jul 16, 2017 7:05:48 AM - Report post

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Greetings fellow gamers and cheaters :P

So i guess the question is...What made you one day to decide to start cheating in your gaming sessions?

Do you think it ruins the game overall or just the experience?

 
Drazala  posted on Jul 17, 2017 9:01:33 PM - Report post

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quote:
originally posted by RomireOnline

Greetings fellow gamers and cheaters :P

So i guess the question is...What made you one day to decide to start cheating in your gaming sessions?

Do you think it ruins the game overall or just the experience?

Greetings.

No reason other then I can, I guess. Sometimes it is just fun throwing it into god mode and let the pieces land where they may.

The only time that cheating in a video game could ruin any ones experience is if s/he does it in an online environment against the wishes of others. Otherwise I never could understand why some people say how it ruins your own enjoyment. Especially one would have to purposely decide to cheat to begin with.

[Edited by Drazala, 7/17/2017 9:02:08 PM]

 
DPumbliQ  posted on Jul 17, 2017 9:32:29 PM - Report post

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I like to tailor the experience to myself, for the most part in games I've played through before and I'm playing through again. Blast through an annoying part of the game, or skip it altogether, remove an arbitrary hurdle, etc.

Plus, of course, it's great fun to go full god mode every now and then.

 
Jaks  posted on Jul 17, 2017 10:05:37 PM - Report post

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Several reasons.

-- The Boss fight that is way tougher than expected.

-- Some idiot race that, hopefully, there's a trainer for that stops the timer.

-- Incessant nonsense farming. Collect 100 of these, 50 of those, etc...

-- Running out of ammo in the middle of the first reason above.

-- It's just fun to run faster, jump higher, and never have to reload.


 
BathingChorse  posted on Jul 17, 2017 11:28:44 PM - Report post

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I like to tailor the experience to myself, for the most part in games I've played through before and I'm playing through again. Blast through an annoying part of the game, or skip it altogether, remove an arbitrary hurdle, etc.

Plus, of course, it's great fun to go full god mode every now and then.

Pretty much exactly this.

 
Loki  posted on Jul 18, 2017 12:39:34 AM - Report post

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Metal Gear, the original on NES, was the first game I owned besides Mario Bros and Duckhunt. Back then they had a code system for saving, was a few lines of code for example

4A5t6hgf t3ghs789

And so on, well I kept all my saves in a Notebook, eventually I discovered that the first few entries was actually the health of snake, and as you played the game these would increase and by one or go up a letter depending on the code.

Eventually I worked out what exactly to change so I could have max health, ammo, weapons, at the very beginning of the game, this was before the Game Genie was around, and I was hooked into figuring out how to cheat in games.

 
trebor1982  posted on Jul 18, 2017 4:01:23 AM - Report post

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I find using a trainer enhances the gaming experience, as you can have more fun with your games without limits being applied.
I think my first cheat was a max experience code on Pokemon Gold; it removed the horrid grind to level up the chosen mon
On my PC, i think it was the money cheat on The Sims
And Company of Heroes was my first CH trainer
I have not looked back since, and nowadays i always look on CH to see if a game has a trainer before i even consider buying a new game

I always work from this mantra:
Games are programmed, in one way or another to cheat
If they can, why should i not even the score
and bring advantage back towards the gamer

 
ilpalazzo77  posted on Jul 18, 2017 4:45:55 AM - Report post

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old school gamer here.

i was the FIRST kid in my neighborhood to own a GAME GENIE for the original NES...i was the first to own the ACTION REPLAY for the same system...it never mattered what system came out...i ALWAYS got a cheat device....

BEFORE THE INTERNET...yes, im that old lol... i always had my face in an issue of NINTENDO POWER and/or GAME INFORMER trying to find that latest cheat,hack,or exploit

i was out modding pc games like C&C when i got my first pc...just straight up rewriting my own rules, adding my own units...then i found TRAINERS for pc games and the GAMESHARK PRO for the playstation 1....so NOW im hacking my own cheats for my ps1 games (using the built in memory editor)......

so suffice to say that ive ALWAYS been a cheater of some sort. never in online tho...i DO have my standards. i dont cheat because i "HAVE TO"...i cheat because i CAN.

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