CheatBook Issue 07/2018  Pick    

Size:   7.75MB

License:   FREEWARE

Publisher:  Publisher | Listed Programs

Release Date:   2018-07-07

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

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Reviewed on July 12, 2018

Are you a fan of cheating in video games? If so, you've probably got a host of reasons why doing so is so much fun. Maybe you like to avoid the significant challenges. Maybe you like to play the game your own way. Perhaps you just like to kick back and enjoy a little chaos in a game that's far too structured. No matter what the reason, you're probably constantly in search of new cheats. While cheating in multiplayer games is frowned upon, there are still plenty of people hard at work ensuring that you have access to the best cheats in single player games.

More than just cheats

To call Cheatbook simply a program for cheats is probably a little disingenuous. While you certainly will find the cheats you need in this database, you'll also find a host of walkthroughs, guides, and trainers to help enhance your gameplay. The July issue of the software is full of interesting games, most of which are already familiar to players who use the CheatBook. The usual drawbacks are here, too, and you'll want to carefully look over the software to check to see if your favorite games have managed to get covered yet. If you're a fan of cheats in general, though, you'll still be happy this month.

The good news is that the latest set of cheats really does cover a lot of territory. While there are plenty of relatively recent games listed on the site, there are also a host of older games that are still being mined for cheats. This month the big draw seems to be walkthroughs and guides, though, as there are plenty of looks at multiplayer games. The bulk of what you'll find outside of those games are indie titles, most of which have very entertaining cheats that are supported by the developer.

Light month for new releases

The bad news is that June was a relatively light month for games, as was the beginning of July. Summer is not a month for blockbusters, as the game industry still assumes that most gamers are children who would rather be outside playing than waiting on new releases. The bulk of this issue is devoted to games that came out no earlier than the beginning of 2018, so don't expect to see the latest and greatest. The devotion to indie games can also be a little tiresome, especially if you are more of a fan of AAA releases.

Great issue as always

As ever, Cheatbook is what you make of it. If you are waiting on AAA game cheats, you'll have to wait for more AAA games to be released. If you want access to the cheats for old favorites and for independent titles, though, you won't be disappointed. Cheating is about more than just beating a game unfairly - it's about getting to play the game in a way that makes you happy. If you need cheats to enjoy some of the best games to come out in recent years, you'll find everything that you need in this issue of Cheatbook.

Software Product Description

CheatBook (07/2018) - 481 computer Games, 13 PC game walkthroughs, and 65 Console cheats are included in the July Edition.

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