Players like to try and break video games in every conceivable way with glitches and cheats. But developers occasionally like to have fun with these types of players, making sure they learn their lesson in the process. Here are 15 video games that humiliated cheaters.
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Creators:It's not like he can travel to 9999
Cheater:Travels to 9999
Cheater:I learned nothing, time to cheat again, I mean it's not like they can ban me again.
Person:Ew who even plays that anymore?
I know another punish. When i played the new simcity there is a money cheat that gives 100,000$ I did it one too many times and i started loosing thousands of dollars every second, to the point where i have gone broke, normally you can get money from other banks but i couldnt.
I didn’t cheat in animal crossing, my DS ran out of battery or shut down unexpectedly when I close the lid instead of going into sleep mode. I always hated when I had to type “I’m Sorry” and resetti would say “nope, that’s not right. Listen up, now say “I’m Sorry”” I type it again, EXACTLY. he still says it’s wrong. Sitting there crying my eyes out because my sister didn’t save the game while on my file and I’m locked out listening to that annoying song of shame.
Developing a game, putting cheats in the game, then punishing a player for using said cheats is just ridiculous. Sure disabling achievements and similar while the cheats are active, I can understand. But deleting their saves. Just no... Don't even put them in the game if you don't want players to use them.
In GTA 5 online I was looking for cars and it let me get the Duke of death for free. I thought it was a glitch so i made another character and I still got it for free and the weird part is my friend said they still had to buy it
you know it's funny, the cheater pool/cheater lobbies. Back in halo2 I used to mod the fuck out of the game ( thats where this user name comes from) I used to tell people modding is fun as hell, we should have a playlist just for modders where modding is legal.
In The Sims 2 for the Nintendo DS, the time in the game was the same as your DS's clock. Which was annoying when there was a task that had to be completed at night and your mother wouldn't let you play at night.
Anyway, if you change the DS's clock setting, then the next time you turn on the game, the hotel's bellhop would call you a time traveler, and inform you that there was a particularly big alien invasion for you to deal with. Naturally, I found this out from Daylight Saving Time.
killing floor 2
there is a an app for cheat at new game , but each time i use infinity ammo it doesnt wok and no reload make the guns magazine empty ,
what was more surprising is that they have made cheat possible without any apps , you just put on the code , works only offline
guess i need some training befor the real battle
To be honest I feel like Titanfall and Max Payne 3's ways of punishing cheaters are the most efficent way and I hope that all famous game devs like Blizzard and Activision follow their ways of punishing cheaters.
I feel like there is nothing wrong with cheating in single player, because you bought the product, it's not hindering gameplay for anyone else, so I feel like all they need to do is disable achievements which I and a lot of people I know, don't give a shit about