Quote: Originally Posted by Boozad
I've never seen the point in spending all that money on a game just to cheat at it.
I cheat in games, but only after I've played through them at least once, usually a few times honestly. Sometimes it's a good way to goof off and play with the mechanics, such as physics engines, level destruction, or having infinite ammo to a powerful but fun weapon to lay waste to enemies that may have been difficult originally due to numbers or simply toughness. It can add a few more hours of life to a game once you've finished it.
Though I have to agree it's kind of odd to want to shorten a game after paying so much for it by cheating right away and blowing through it quickly. If that's the kind of experience you want, you should just watch a movie, it's cheaper, takes less effort, and amounts to pretty much the same thing.
Cheats are just a way to play with the game world after finishing a game in my view, not a way to rush through it in a hurry and remove all challenge from playing. That's the point of video games to begin with.
Especially with a game like any of the CoD titles. None of them take very long to finish. A week of play for even an unskilled player at most to get through any of the single player campaigns if you're playing for a couple of hours a day. A day at best if you play through it in one sitting. They usually clock in at around 8-10 hours of play for the average gamer. 5-6 hours if you're good at FPS games.