I was just thinking of my boarder and others i know who can't help themselves by cheating in a game, and how they has to put in a cheat code before they even start the game.
The worst part? They don't classify it as cheating. Take San Andreas for example,
right at the start, he has all weapons. Now how is that not classified as cheating? And he got the code from the handy internet.
Now I don't mind if you get cheats and hints AFTER you've completed the game once, and you want to play again to get the things you missed, at least you've completed the game once. But to give yourself an advantage before you even start, there's something not right about that.
And i've come up with a solution!!!
1- All those internet sites with the cheat codes should be account only.
2- To get the cheat, you must have at least finished the game once, and you should know the ending to the game. So there should be a multiple choice question (with at least 10 answers that could be plausible and one right answer.)
3- If your answer is wrong, then your account will be barred from that particular game for one month.
4- Multiple accounts wont work, pokerstars only allows one account per IP address, so this should work.
Their only solution? To go out and buy a magazine with the codes printed in it, and that's all good if you want to fork out $10 or so for a code, at least you paid for it.
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