CheatBook Issue 04/2018  Pick    

Size:   5.3MB

License:   FREEWARE

Publisher:  Publisher | Listed Programs

Release Date:   2018-04-03

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

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Reviewed on April 03, 2018

Cheating is a natural part of gaming. After all, developers put in the codes - it's just up to gamers to find them. While competition is good, the main competition in any video game is the person holding the controller. It's up to you to define a win, even if it's not the same definition as the programmers or developers would choose. That's why cheats exist - to give gamers more of a choice. The best place to look for cheats today isn't in a print magazine or in the back of a book, but rather through Cheatbook's monthly round-up of cheats, hints, and walkthroughs.

Cheatbook remains at the top of its game by giving not just cheats for games, but a variety of different resources. While classic cheats might not always be available for a multiplayer game, for example, the copious number of hints and walkthroughs can make playing the game much easier. If you have any question about how to get through a game, there's a good chance that Cheatbook can provide it. If you can't get past the problem with hints, Cheatbook almost always has cheat codes to help guide you the rest of the way.

The best thing about this month's group of cheats and hints is that there are a ton of cheats available for indie games. While this might not please the AAA crowd, it's nice to see the spotlight shined on a few games that are a bit more obscure. There are also some great codes for games that have come out in the last few months. New releases have never been the strong suit of Cheatbook this early in the month, but there are also a few surprises that really make you question exactly how quickly these codes come out!

As ever, the big complaint is a shortage of new games. While there's actually some impressively recent games on the list here (like Sea of Thieves), there are also a few big names that are lacking from the list. Monster Hunter World is still nowhere to be found, and there were no hits or cheats for Far Cry 5 or Metal Gear Survive, either. It's definitely not the worst thing in the world, of course, but the fact that a few big games are missing means that you're going to spend more time than you'd like looking for those cheats elsewhere.

This is another solid issue from a name you can trust. It's becoming increasingly clear that Cheatbook will always get the codes you need, but that it may take some significant time after release for big names to show up. Whether or not you can wait is up to you, but it's nice to know that the cheats will be there when you need them. It's getting harder than ever to find good cheats for games and the industry's turn towards multiplayer probably won't change that for many years. As long as there are cheats, though, it's nice to know that you can get them from Cheatbook.

Software Product Description

CheatBook (04/2018) - 417 PC Games, 9 PC game walkthroughs, and 52 Console cheats are included in the April Edition.

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