CheatBook Issue 11/2019  Pick    

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Release Date:   2019-11-13

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Reviewed on November 13, 2019

Cheats for 438 PC Games, 46 Console Games, and 15 walkthroughs in this November CheatBook edition.

It's getting harder to cheat at video games than ever before. Companies are getting incredibly zealous about protecting their gaming experiences, even when you're not playing with anyone else. So many single-player games require online connectivity these days that you're forced into abandoning that time-honored part of gaming, at least for the most part. Where there are cheats, though, you can still have a great time. Finding them is always the hard part, and that's why it's so great that there is still an excellent repository of cheats waiting out there for players of all skill levels to access.

CheatBook's monthly issue is a big deal for those who engage with this particular gaming tool. While the exact nature of what's in these issues is definitely something that has started to shift with time, the truth is that it's still very much a successor to those classic magazines full of game cheats. You can find a lot of really great content here, even if not everything is strictly a cheat in the same way that those old-school button combinations were cheats. If you're willing to take a deep dive, you'll find that you can gain a lot of information about various games just by checking out this issue.

CheatBook really seems to be putting a lot of work into getting as much content as possible into their issues. This means that they're really striving to get everything that came out in October, even if those games came out relatively late in the month. There are walkthroughs for just about everything, and plenty of tips and tricks to help you through those games that don't necessarily have cheats. It's about as good as you can expect on the cheat front as well, with a font of cheats for older games and as many new cheats as they can find for more modern games.

The downside, of course, is that most new games don't really do the whole cheat thing anymore. Games as service have pretty much ruined that for most players, with always-online games demanding that cheat codes go away. As such, you're not going to find a lot of cheats for AAA games that actually change the way that they are played. In their place are walkthroughs and tips that will help make playing the game a more rewarding experience, but there's nothing that quite replaces the feeling of breaking how a game works just for fun.

The latest issue of Cheatbook has all the usual selling points, as well as the usual flaws. If you love walkthroughs, trainers, and cheats for old games, this is the issue for you. You're not going to find many new cheats here, but that's not because they're missing - they simply don't exist. The old days of game cheats really seem to be in the past, but CheatBook is doing an admirable job of keeping them around as long as possible. If there are cheats to be found, you'll find them in CheatBook.

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CheatBook (11/2019) - 438 PC Games, 46 Console and 15 walkthroughs are included in the October 2019 Edition.

Current users can update the DataBase directly.



Reviewer: -RustyBogg

Review Date: 2021-04-07

Pros: Good information.

Cons: Hard to get downloaded.

Other Thoughts: Honey on toast is nice.


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