CheatBook Issue 05/2019  Pick    

Size:  7.0MB

License:   FREE

Publisher:  Publisher | Listed Programs

Release Date:   2019-05-08

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

Downloads:   2253

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Reviewed on May 08, 2019

The world of games is changing quickly. Most games used to be self-contained units, running only on individual machines. Now games live in the cloud, running off of servers that are located far from players. This means that the world of cheating has changed too, turning from a fun way to play around with your own game to something that's meant to change the way that others play as well. If you're looking for a middle ground, you have to find a service that's willing to give you what you need to preserve your fun while not ruining games for others.

Cheats and Guides for Gamers

CheatBook does a good job at providing cheats for single-player games and providing guides for their multiplayer counterparts. As more games move online, though, it's the guides that are really going to be important. That's not to say that there aren't still cheats around, but that they are going to naturally become less popular as more players are dealing with games as services. CheatBook is walking the fine line right now, providing both cheats and guides for gamers. As this issue reveals, though, it's the latter that is really providing most of the value at the moment.

If you're looking for older cheats, you're really going to like what you find in this issue. There are plenty of older games with cheats and tricks listed, which is excellent for those who want to go back and experience older games in a new way. There are also a ton of great guides, which makes playing some of the more modern games easier. These guides aren't just walkthroughs, though - some do a great job of teaching you how to play the game better. These are legitimately valuable tools even for those who would not generally want to look at a cheat site.

Useful Tricks for Newer Games

The downside for most readers is that they aren't going to find cheat codes for many recent games. This has nothing to do with CheatBook, of course - most modern games just don't use traditional cheats any longer. This is especially true of games like Destiny 2 or Anthem, which have a fairly strong stance against cheating of any type. This means that you'll get some great guides and maybe even find a few good tricks for the game, but you definitely won't find the type of cheats that will allow you to play a game in any way that you'd like.

Even as the games as service model continues to take hold on the industry, there will continue to be a place for CheatBook. It might be harder to find cheats for new games than it once was, but the sheer amount of material out there means that there's never going to be a total lack of information. If you're looking for ways to get better at your favorite games or to just figure out all of their secrets, this is the software to use. May's edition might feel a little light, but there's still more there than most other sites can match.

Software Product Description

CheatBook (05/2019) - Features 425 PC game cheats, 46 console cheats as well as 10 walkthroughs.

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