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User Info: Fade2black001

Fade2black001
3 months ago#31
All the time
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User Info: __Blight__

__Blight__
3 months ago#32
Really depends on the game and the limitations installed on certain aspects of said game. For example, I hated the weight limit imposed in Witcher 3, so I went ahead and used a Cheat Engine to give me infinite weight.
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User Info: Kinoringan

Kinoringan
3 months ago#33
I use cheat engine/trainer/editor when the game have been dragging on and on and I just want to finish it and move on onto other games.

User Info: kobalobasileus

kobalobasileus
3 months ago#34
GigaNutz posted...
git gud is for the high school kids looking for approval from their peers.

LOL, nailed it.

User Info: thelocalhentai

thelocalhentai
3 months ago#35
Definitely, not even going to excuse myself. Although, I do try to keep it within the game at first, like engine commands and using batch files and binding them to keys. Some other stuff I do for fun, like changing the portrait for some RPGs with real actual pictures, like Underrail with my cool band picture.

As much as I change things, I do try to keep a semblance of balance though. For example, in Skyrim, I change the difficulty to legendary so stuff can kill me with one magic spell or power attack but add myself a good damage multiplier so the battles feel like a soulsborne game's life or death situation and not a difficulty where I have to whack enemies fifty billion times to kill like a raid boss.

Definitely not for anything even related to multiplayer, even if it's just scoreboard stuff, even if it's SP, it feels super cheaty.

User Info: cory1225

cory1225
3 months ago#36
I always give myself super jump to explore the out of bounds on mission
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User Info: Heisenberg312

Heisenberg312
3 months ago#37
No. I don't use cheat engines.
I just avoid grindy games.
That being said, I love Bloodborne and the dark souls series. I would never cheat on them because the difficulty is the reason I'm playing them in the first place.
Now, say my name.

User Info: SilentCaay

SilentCaay
3 months ago#38
bikeblaster posted...
celebar posted...
rpgian posted...
All the time. Usually not to cheat so much as alter.

Also known as cheating.

No, it's known as alter. Learn english.
I changed the color of my shirt. I took away HP from myself. I demoted myself.
That's not cheating.

Did you even read the examples of "altering" games? Giving himself free starting equipment, auto-completing quests, skywalking, infinite resources and neutering game speed in racing games? Cheating. Nothing wrong with cheating in single player games but it's very clearly cheating.
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User Info: bikeblaster

bikeblaster
3 months ago#39
SilentCaay posted...
bikeblaster posted...
celebar posted...
rpgian posted...
All the time. Usually not to cheat so much as alter.

Also known as cheating.

No, it's known as alter. Learn english.
I changed the color of my shirt. I took away HP from myself. I demoted myself.
That's not cheating.

Did you even read the examples of "altering" games? Giving himself free starting equipment, auto-completing quests, skywalking, infinite resources and neutering game speed in racing games? Cheating. Nothing wrong with cheating in single player games but it's very clearly cheating.



And the examples I posted? Don't give yourself an advantage, and it's not called cheating anymore.

User Info: SilentCaay

SilentCaay
3 months ago#40
I guess you just don't understand how reply chains work, then...
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