He bought it at the place with one of the worst detection history in the scene.
That research before the article amazes me
Exactly, I pulled up the article and rolled my eyes at the screenshot, so obvious who it is, and they are one of the worst cut rate providers out there.. basically tell customers "its not our fault if you get banned" at the same time that they advertise undetected hacks... seriously?? absolute logic fail. But as was pointed out in the article they are probably owned by some shady company that doesnt give two fcks.
I remember Kotaku did a much better article about aim hacks awhile back, and wasnt afraid to name AA as the provider. Of course there was nothing in that article about getting banned using AA hacks because you don't generally get banned when you use AA. Which is one of the top reasons I use AA.
EDIT: i see someone already posted the kotaku link, lols.
i havent hacked since a week or 2 this article came out and i still get the odd person splattering it all over my youtube gaming videos
There is nothing wrong with cheating in a virtual game. Internet soldiers is just pixels and not to be taken seriously.
For me cheating in games is the most fun for the least amount of time invested. And it levels the playing field against the 'pro' players.
A stacked clan of 'pro' players dominating a bunch of casuals is so much more disruptive than a non rageing cheater. Does way, way more damage to a game like bf4 etc.
By definition alone our team of 'pro' players are cheating too..and its rampant in online games.
Originally Posted by Haruhi
But yeah, it got buried in crap, because 'fuck reading'.