CheatBook Issue 05/2018  Pick    

Size:   5.74MB

License:   FREEWARE

Publisher:  Publisher | Listed Programs

Release Date:   2018-05-01

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

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Reviewed on May 02, 2018

Cheating in games is always going to be controversial. Regardless of that fact, it's also always going to be popular. While multiplayer-focused games have done their best to get rid of cheaters, there will always be room for cheats in a single-player game and for strategy games for those who want to dominate multiplayer. One of the best places to get these materials is from CheatBook, software that compiles cheats in an easy-to-digest format. The software has updated again for its latest issue, which is full of all the information gamers need to play games their own way.

CheatBooks maintains a place at the top of the heap when it comes to gaming cheats by having a huge selection of cheats available. Updated every month, the software manages to get a good combination of new releases, classic games, and independent hits. If you are patient enough, you'll usually end up with all the cheats you could ever want. There are a few minor downsides to using the software, but nothing that should really turn away users. CheatBook is simply a very good way to look at the cheats available to the gaming public.

Nice mix of cheats for new, old, and independent games

This month's edition of CheatBook has some truly deep cuts, which is nice for those who are working their way through big backlogs of games. While there are a ton of releases from the last six months, there are also many releases from years ago. There is also a really nice selection of independent games here, allowing those who don't go in for AAA titles to get their hands on a collection of very useful cheats. In addition to all of the usual goodness, this month also has a great selection of walkthroughs for those who would rather get un-stuck than actually cheat in a game.

No Far Cry 5, but easter eggs and good strategies are included

While there's a lot of good stuff here, the usual absences of new material are still a little painful. If you're looking for Far Cry 5, for example, you're going to have to wait a little longer. It's clearly not the end of the world, but it's notable. More problematic are the entries listed as cheats that aren't really cheats. There are some easter eggs and good strategies for games like PUBG, but they're not really what you'd call cheat codes. Again, it's a minor annoyance, but it's something that still bears being brought up when reviewing the software.

Top notch resource for cheats

As ever, this issue of CheatBook is a great resource for anyone who wants to play games on his or her own terms. It's still missing some big recent releases, but the sheer number of games you can find in the software make it well worth your time. If you're looking for free software to get access to all of your favorite cheats, this is still the best resource to use. If you can't find a game yet, don't worry - it will show up soon, along with all the information you need to get the most out of your gaming experience.

Software Product Description

CheatBook (05/2018) - 454 PC Games, 11 PC game walkthroughs, and 43 Console cheats are included in the May Edition.

Current CheatBook users will be able to update their DataBase directly.