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License:   FREEWARE

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Release Date:   2017-11-02

Submit Date:   2017-11-02

OS:  Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10 (32-Bit/64-Bit)

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Reviewed on November 02, 2017

What counts as a game cheat? In traditional video game terms, you're mostly looking at codes the programmers put into the game on purpose. To a lesser extent, you're probably looking at glitches that made their way into the final product but that make the game easier than intended.

If you're a little more liberal with the interpretation, both game trainers (programs that alter the nature of the game) and walkthroughs (guides to the game's secrets) also count as cheats. No matter what kind of cheat you are looking for, though, you can find it in this issue of Cheatbook.

Great Mix of Cheats and Trainers

Cheatbook's November issue is a great mix of classic cheats and trainers. It's got everything that most players need and a few extra surprises that will help even the experienced players to get more out of their games. There's definitely room here for everyone on the gaming spectrum, from those who need a little walkthrough help to those who want trainers that will change the nature of the game. Each issue includes cheats for a number of different games and this one has clearly been updated through the middle of October. It also has a good list of older games that are still in high demand.

WW2k18 and Destiny 2 Included in this Issue

On the positive side, there are some definite winners in the code list here. With a slew of new games released over the past month or two, it's high time that more sites had codes up. Fortunately, Cheatbook's got what you need for games like WW2k18 and Destiny 2. It's also got a fair number of cheats and trainers released for older games, especially those that haven't yet been widely mined for cheats. This makes the issue a good choice for those who are looking for a combination of brand new cheats and trainers for the games that they already love.

Some AAA Titles Not Included Because of Release Date

The real downside for this issue has more to do with its release date than anything else. Between its compilation and release a few fairly big games were released and a few more are coming down the pipe. There's no cheats or trainers for Assassin's Creed Origins or South Park: The Fractured but Whole here, nor are there cheats for the soon-to-be-released Star Wars Battlefront 2. This is really an issue with the release date more than anything else and it's expected that these titles will show up next month. It's a bit of a letdown for those who were hoping to get everything they needed now.

Good Issue More to Come Next Month

This month's issue of Cheatbook is fantastic if you have a backlog of older games that you need to get through or if you missed out on October's big releases. It's got a few big names even if it's missing the biggest and some of the cheats definitely can't be found elsewhere. If you are looking for a great way to get through the games you love or a chance to mess around with some of the hotter titles on the market, this issue is definitely something that you need to check out.

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Users who have already installed the CheatBook-DataBase 2001 - 2017 will be able to update your DataBase directly.
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