Discussion in 'General Gaming' started by Spiderman, Apr 2, 2003.
From today's Gamespy newsletter:
Sweet deal. I could probably play Diablo II online today I'd only get attacked by like 14 cheaters instead of 48.125!
Yet another reason why I don't like online games. No matter how many good players you find, there's bound to be a couple hundred brats that just want an easy ride through the game and feel that following the standard rules is for 'losers'.
"Everyone else is doing it. If you want to have fun, you have to do it too!"
I myself have cheated, but not in that way.
I have a character that I have been working on since DII came out but had to use an editor to change his name because of conflict from another guy on the LAN. I took the name of one guy that I saw on BNet, Rathma. With a little inspiration I named my character Garamond Rathma and tried to start playing on BNet again. Within one game period they banned my account!
Was it bad to change my guys name from Freddy Forefingers to Garamond Rathma? What a bunch of Stooges.
I used MapHack early on in my D2 career, but I deleted it after a week or so, in fear of it being a "trojan". Nothing happened, except that I quit playing about a year ago.
Gee, I didn't know the CPA was filled with dirty cheaters like you and Nightstalkers.
Hey, when you get a level 74 Necromancer and have a crappy name like Princess Puff, you cheat to get the name changed
I'm simply tickling with glee to see what happens when cheat/skr1pt k1dd13z attacks surge towards MTGO. It is only a matter of time, and I want to be there, laughing my butt off at the sidelines. No matter who wins it looks to be a good, chaotic MESS. Yay.
Well, let me tell you, only like .05% of the people using hacks actually know how to program, and like .002% would know how to hack into a game's locked and hidden files. The rest are just kids who downloaded junk.
well then, lets get those people up to date.
Join Nightstalkers Hackers School today and recieve a free membership with the Casual Hackers Association!
Just kidding Ha ha.... But why the cheating? I myself cheat on games on a daily basis. It's all about making the game more enjoyable for somebody such as us, If you've gone through StarCraft for the hundredth time, you find cheats to make it a little exciting, funny, or just ridiculous to play. Most people out there don't condone cheating in any sense, but i have found that some of you out there who don't like us cheating are cheating and not even knowing it. Take your "special head start" in the many Mario Karts or diddity bong racing, your cheating to get ahead by pushing in the different combinations. 90% of gamers today will actually admit to cheating on a game every once in a while to make something else happen in the game, but its not the gratuitous cheating in the single player world that counts, its the multi-play that takes the underdogs cake.
What is this big riddle that has gotten people in an uproar? Its the....
Whoa! Stop, desist, niet! Dang it Sefro! your just tryin to get one of us to write an article on something or another.
Cheating in single player is fine, just don't do it on multiplayer, because trying to duel a cheater in any game is futile. I used to use goofy built-in cheats all the time in the old Army Men games, but I wouldn't do it online.
I only do things like change my name, make my character look goofy, and screw around with the area... My character on the Sims Online was so screwed up that they banned it:
Demonic looking head, house of gold, horns for legs, and I had the biggest per capita for anyone on the thing. (Give me a casino anytime)
You played that load of tripe also? What city were you stuck in?
-The Visible Ferret
"skinless body - skull head "
don't remember, and don't care to either. Returned the game within the 30 day limit and got Medal of Honor Allied Assault instead.
What a fun game, shootin nazi's and blowing things up is so fun!
My money says thats what Mirrodin will be about.
havent tried morrowwind yet. Lets get that one next!
Morrowind is a great game. Too bad a certain half-shadow kid split with our copy.
I'm pretty sure SeFRo was talking about something else, though.
Your contribution to the Nightstalkers will be greatly appreciated, Sven
Morrowind was fun in the fact that it gave you free reign to go anywhere you wanted...the only problem was it got really easy to get lost (and of course get killed) that way...later I discovered the cheat codes that kept me from dying - then I'd just get lost and get bored...
"...Give me games like Wizardry and Might & Magic any day..."
I would love to play the old Wizardry and M&M but I need to find a 486... I hear there's aproject to redo Ultima IV so it can run on current computers and have new graphics, maybe someone should do the same for the others
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