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Need a quick fix for Cheats? Try GamesRadar

Cheating in video games is usually associated with MMOs with the quick idea of a speed hack, an item dupe or something that would break the economy or balance of the game.  In the earlier days of gaming however, it’s meant to make the game enjoyable (admittedly without the challenge that completes the experience) by allowing you to do with your character as you deem fit.

God mode? Check.

All Items? Check.

Infinite Items? Check.

One hit kills?  Check.  Check.  Check.

Why cheat?  I’m going to answer that in a future post (probably this week AFTER finishing my deadlines).  For now, it’s a review of Games Radar’s cheat gallery.  They carry an extensive library of game cheats for existing and even phased out consoles which include but are not limitted to:

  • PC
  • PSX
  • PS2
  • PS3
  • DC
  • GC
  • PSP
  • DS
  • Wii
  • XBOX
  • XBOX 360
  • Even the gnarly NGAGE (seriously, who bought an NGage?  The PSP makes a more ideal gaming phone)

Xbox Cheats which range from, GTA 4 Cheats, Gears of War 2 Cheats and so much more.  Content is submitted and kept fresh by a large gaming community.  Navigation is a breeze so unless you’re inept at reading or clicking your mouse, you don’t have to worry about not getting want you want.

PS: I’m an avid reader of Games Radar (I’m subscribed via RSS, Newsletter, etc).  If you are a gamer and have the time, try a few of their articles under the featured section.  I high recommend reading a few of their lists.  Here’s a teaser to get you started, The Top 7 toughest Openings.

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