by David Sanchez on July 11, 2012 @ 4:18 pm
You know what they see about cheaters: they’re douchebags! Also, people say they never prosper, but I think calling them names is more fun and loads more effective. Rockstar Games, however, has taken an alternative approach that doesn’t involve name-calling or the use of tired cliches.
The company recently announced that it had officially launched the Max Payne 3 Multiplayer Cheater Pool. Now, this isn’t some fresh place where cheaters can soak during the hot summer days. It’s not that kind of pool; it’s actually more like a big limbo for all the jerks who have been exploiting hacks in Rockstar’s latest shooter.
Rockstar is taking all previous cheaters and dumping them in the Cheater Pool. So if you were thinking of hacking your way to victory, think again, because I doubt you’ll want to end up banned from multiplayer gameplay. This is especially true considering just how fun Max Payne 3‘s online component is.
If you’ve been wrongly accused of being a cheater, be sure to contact Rockstar directly. And if you’ve got evidence of any tools (again, effective name-calling) who resort to cheap tactics during online multiplayer sessions, notify the developer so it can take action. It’s good to see a game company taking major steps like this to ensure that gamers are getting a solid gameplay experience.
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