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Submitted by acronkyoung 1147d ago | opinion piece

Stop the witch hunt: Exploits are not cheating

Exploits aren't cheating, so developers need to stop punishing players for playing. (Culture, Guild Wars 2, Marvel Vs Capcom 2, PC, PS3, World of Warcraft, Xbox 360)

rdgneoz3  +   1147d ago
With the Guild Wars 2 part, the fun thing the article fails to mention was that the ones banned bought hundreds of items to sell.

"The problem was the 1.46 million weapons purchased by 4,862 players, which averages over 300 weapons per player."
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