I'm playing modern warfare 2 right now and there are people flying, red squares around me on kill cam, knife 3 times and they don't die. Is there anyway to report? At one point everyone in the game was speeding around and jumping like 100 feet. so they can turn them on for everyone. This is one of the reasons I stopped playing some PC shooters. I hope the same doesn't start to happen on PS3
they have started already!, its sad that people have to cheat in order to play a game & playstation has no way of reporting hackers or abusive behaviour... thats what Xbox users have the luxury of...they can.
makes me wonder if playstation even care that there consoles are being hacked/tampered with & of course the game designers themselves.
1 If you want to pay 60 bucks a year just so you can report players, then by all means do it. Im not saying its not a luxary, but at the same time I hate the idea. Look at Black Ops, easy access to a report button and a bunch of people are getting in trouble for nothing.
2 Which also proves my second point, unless its done elsewhere its the developers job to take care of it. Since Activision only cares about the latest COD to milk money from they are the ones at fault here. You can report all you want, Sony has to clarify with Activision, at which probably says who cares tell em to get broken Ops.
Modern Warfare 2 is destroyed and honestly there is nothing we c an do about it. Activision doesn't care, IW got sued and got disgruntled with it, and the only people that lose are the gamers. Its sad that Broken Ops not only told us how Activision is milking our wallet, but it also broke MW2, so now we currently have 2 unplayable COD titles.
The game makers and/or Playstation should seriously consider a patch or dissabler of some sort, even if the game is obsolete and no longer supported. From a marketing standpoint, it shows the consumers that there is little concern over hacking, ruining and devaluing one of their games and makes us, "the consumers" less likely to feel confident in buying their products. What's to suggest that if we go out and buy a new game from the same publishers or for the same system, that in a few months to a year, it will also be unusable, not worth playing or have near-zero trade-in value because of such hacks being unfixed or unaddressed?
Just last night, my stepson had a friend spend the night and another friend who was visiting said, "We don't have that problem on the X-Box version, and now the overnight guests says he's planning on buying an X-Box instead of a PS3. If Sony has no plans to take any corrective measures at all, not even a means of reporting hacking, then I am sure this is not likely an isolated scenario of somebody making a negative purchasing descision based on such experience or observations. One of the local game dealers I visited said that they no longer accept MW2 because the game no longer has any value, trade-in or otherwise (mainly because of the hacking).