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Indeed.cheyane said:To be honest I never thought of doing that. Kinda floored really not sure I want to cheat though . I don't think I would feel happy doing that but you're right though I play for the story and plot more than the combat although actually playing through a game and succeeding has its own rewards too.Asm0deus said:Why are you playing these games?
For the story or for the challenge as in the twitchy need to have a good clicking finger movement challenge?
If you are playing these game for the story and not so much for the challenge and it's the combat giving you the biggest problems you could always just cheat and use cheat engine to get by the parts you are getting "stuck" in.
Pretty much all these game have standard cheats such as infinite life/energy etc which can be turned on or off, or fast leveling, add XX gold/cash/creds which general once can be turned off for example once you hit lvl xx turn off the cheat and you stay at lvl xx
That could always be an option other than simply quitting or not being able to play them at all.
Just FYI I live in Canada so I know all about overly expensive cell phone and cable bundles. Canada did not have much net neutrality originally and ISP had pretty much free hand in how they could throttle you depending on time of day and what you were actually downloading, IE streaming or p2p etc. It was bloody awful, our net was a complete joke and we paid up the arse for it, in 2009 our CRTC started in with NN and it all got loads better (both in speeds, availability and infrastructure) now I am now not saying every single regulation in the US NN is for the best but what they are doing IS going backwards.Quizzical said:I'll bet you that a whole lot of people who don't use the Internet all that much would love to get access to everything they actually care about for less than they pay today. American ISPs traditionally haven't gone for that because it would result in too many people paying too much less than what they pay today. It's actually very similar to the cable bundling argument, where you might actually watch 5 channels, but in order to get the five you want, your cable company makes you pay for access to 100 channels.Asm0deus said:
Wow almost prophetic ...lolz
This idea is just as awesome as building the Trump wall....but hey Trump will make America great again.....sure!
Why NN should stay and is still needed.