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User Info: ClunkerSlim

6 months ago#11
oblique365 posted...
Theres no point. Games are easy nowadays and cheating only ruins the challenge. It was more worth it on the nes.

This. I used cheats back in the NES days, but there's no point now, especially considering that most games come with a freaking easy mode option.

User Info: Madmartagon

6 months ago#12
Depends on the game if i am playing the game just for the story like 99% of every jrpg then yea i will prob cheat sooner or later since i don't want to grind for 5hrs running back and forth triggering fights just to level up to beat that boss and the end of the cave i want to progress the story not grind

User Info: fallen_acolyte

6 months ago#13
Yup... hex code editing all the way.

once you clear a game, i have 0 problem modding or doing whatever i want when i clear it.

Sometimes I even mod it to increase difficulty where you have to be a god to beat or clear certain obstacles or bosses.
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User Info: Knighted Dragon

Knighted Dragon
6 months ago#14
Sometimes, I literally just (as in like 5 minutes ago) used Cheat Engine to unlock all the cards in Yu-Gi-Oh Legacy of the Duelist because getting all 7484 cards takes literal ages. I've already got 50 hours in the game on PC and had like 100+ in it on Xbox One back in the day, I've got no qualms with unlocking the cards to be able to make decks easier at this point.

I don't like god mode cheats, they are boring. I usually only use Cheat Engine to give me more options like being able to freely use which ever weapons you want without spending 8 months grinding to get it, and I usually only do that after I've put a crap load of time in a game and am pretty much at the end of the game's life cycle and just want to try the "good stuff" that I don't want to grind for anymore
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User Info: bikeblaster

6 months ago#15
Sure do. f*** wasting time getting stuck on a game. And f*** wasting time grinding.

The only two reasons why I would ever use it.

User Info: RyanEsau

6 months ago#16
Rarely, but yeah sometimes I do.

Especially when I'm just trying to screw around and have my fun, having some outside assistance comes in handy.
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User Info: Digital Storm

Digital Storm
6 months ago#17
The only one in recent memory is for Just Cause 2. f***in' around can be amusing in small doses.
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User Info: Azezo

6 months ago#18
To skip boring and/or pointless grinds? Sure. Sometimes for annoying things like carrying capacity when I have major looting urges. Must. Pick. Up. All. Vendor. Trash.

The only game that comes to mind where I've actively tried to cheat to win was SoTS: The pitt. Some years ago because holy balls is that game hard. Plot Twist. I still couldn't beat it.

Last I checked there was only like two recorded wins on the highest difficulty? Something insane like that.
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User Info: DV8ingSources

6 months ago#19
Usually not but the odd revisit to an older rpg I've played before might have me using it for speed hacks. I don't ever really completely cheat stats or anything, just make grinding faster. I do cheat my carry weight in all my bethesda games however... I hate inventory management and am a horder. Those games don't require cheat engine for that of course.
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User Info: celebar

6 months ago#20
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