CheatBook Issue 11/2018  Pick    

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Release Date:   2018-11-13

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Reviewed on November 13, 2018

Video game cheats have been a part of gaming almost as long as gaming has been around. Whether they were used by testers to check out special parts of games or gamers to get a little more game-play for their dwindling supply of quarters, it's hard to imagine gaming itself without cheats. While the cheats of old have given way to easter eggs and complicated strategies, it's nice to know that you can still get all your cheat-related information from one place. November's Cheatbook feels like a proud heir to all of the cheat guides of yesterday.

Good Tips and Tricks for Major Releases

Cheatbook's November issue is an interesting mix of old and new games. While Cheatbook has always been very good about keeping older cheats updated, this month definitely goes to show how much work they put into staying up to date. Though this hasn't been the best season for PC games in recent memory, Cheatbook's managed to keep up with the tips and tricks for most of the major releases. There's not much to complain about here, save for the fact that some of the season's biggest games haven't quite hit their release dates yet.

October might've been a relatively light month for PC games, but Cheatbook managed to publish codes for all of this month's biggest games. This month readers get access to tips and walkthroughs for Assassin's Creed Odyssey, Forza 4, Call of Duty Black Ops 4, and more. This is especially impressive considering the depth of the major releases, with each one having not only some great hints but also some very useful walkthroughs attached. As always, there are also some fantastic older games on the list which will help those still going through their back catalogs to finish their games with ease.

The downside to this month's issue is that there's not much in the way of new games. Unfortunately, this has very little to do with Cheatbook itself and much more to do with the state of gaming in general. There weren't many new PC releases in October, so this month's release really relies on earlier games for most of its content. PC's bigger releases are just around the corner, though, so new content shouldn't be too far away. If Cheatbook's biggest sin is that it can only give cheats for what's been released, there's obviously not much to complain about.

Very Solid Issue

This month's edition of Cheatbook is, despite its small number of new games, still very solid. It's got enough recent releases to keep most players happy and enough classic games to let players go through their back catalogs for fun. It's certain that future editions of the guide will be a little more fleshed out once the current PC drought comes to an end, but even now things look bright. If you want to get the most cheats in one place, you still need to look to Cheatbook. As more games are released on the PC, Cheatbook will undoubtedly be the first to concentrate the relevant cheats in one place.

Software Product Description

CheatBook (11/2018) - This latest version includes 520 PC game cheats, 46 console cheats and 9 walkthroughs.

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