More effective than toy trains and more humane than strapping your phone to the dog, radio-controlled cars seem like an excellent to way to hatch Pokémon Go eggs. Aside from actually walking, of course.
Blizzard is suing German company Bossland over its sale of an Overwatch cheat program called Watchover Tyrant, which does things like reveal enemy player locations on a radar.
Last week, Blizzard filed a lawsuit against the team behind a series of bots called “Buddy,” which allow users to cheat at games such as Heroes of the Storm, Diablo III and World of Warcraft. This week, the creators of those bots are hitting back at Blizzard, claiming the company has stolen their code. But Blizzard…
Thirty-year old Akihide Yamamoto has been arrested for allegedly selling cheats for online shooter Alliance of Valiant Arms.
Earlier this month, GTA players found an exploit that let them bring a rare single-player only car into GTA Online. Today, Rockstar patched the issue—but they did it in the most hilarious, unexpected way possible.
Dying Light is a game with a lot of loot and a lot of grinding. If you're looking for an easy way around its loot grind to maximize your time spent killing zombies for fun and fun alone, fear not: players have uncovered a handy exploit to do just that.
The Sims 4 got an update yesterday that, among others things, added the two new careers to the game. But we already knew about that—the developers had promised they were coming back in November. Buried within EA's announcement was something far more exciting for many Sims fans: the return of a beloved cheat code.
Savvy players have been busy since the release of Dragon Age: Inquisition. Some people have found ways to modify the game using special tools, and naturally, one of the things people came up with was a way to get some more nudity in there.
Sonic's motto might be "Gotta Go Fast," but this is probably not what he means when he says that.
Just like their living counterparts, the ghost Sims that EA recently added to The Sims 4 are a little different than their predecessors. Most notably, they can't procreate. That means no pregnant ghost Sims, and no ghost babies. For now, that is. If some players have their way, that won't be the case for long.
The Sims is one of those game series that doesn't just allow cheating; it invites it. For many fans, tinkering with the game's inner guts is the best part of playing. The Sims 4 is no different. But it's also very new. So let's walk through the game's earliest secrets.
I know EA loves to say that there are many different ways to play The Sims 4. But are Godzilla-sized sanitation fixtures what they had in mind? I think we're gonna need a bigger Sim, people.
Using a browser hack to facilitate on-the-fly RAM edits, modders now have the power to rename courses and tweak musical cues in Mario Kart 8 — and this is only the beginning.
Yesterday, Nexon announced that charges were being pressed against three Sudden Attack gamers for allegedly cheating online. Today, new reports reveal that the teens' apparent underhanded gaming tricks supposedly earned them $80,000.
In Japan, online game company Nexon is pressing charges against three gamers, ages 17 to 18, for obstruction of business. In short, the gamers were allegedly using in-game cheats for online FPS Sudden Attack. That, it seems, was hurting the game and Nexon.
Battlefield 3 players have been running into some renewed performance issues as of late, ones that are related to the 2011 shooter's third-party anti-cheating software.
Want to experience Final Fantasy VIII without struggling against enemies or waiting on super-long cutscenes and dialog sessions? An update for the PC version of Square Enix's 15-year-old RPG makes it so, so easy.
Next time you drive up to Michael's front gate in Grand Theft Auto V, you might want to give it a nudge. What appears to be a simple security gate is actually a deadly car catapult.