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MOH:H2 = Might of Hackers:Hackathon 2.

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Gaming' started by Jimmer1720, Dec 5, 2007.

  1. Jimmer1720

    Jimmer1720 Awating Headset Support

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    Now if you all of a sudden read my topic and thought "OMG I'm not buying it anymore", please don't not buy it, it's a truly great game just please read on.''

    Playing Medal of Honour when I came home from school on Wednesday, I found something quite odd. I joined a game with 17/32 players, it was a DM at the ports. Rated, and had an auto-balance enabled. That's fine...Wait a sec, *EDIT*! lol, just realized that a DM can't have auto-balance....disregard that.

    So anyway, I chose the axis, with the axis regular costume (Regular's ftw!:lol:) and an MP40 for a gun. That's fine as well.

    So right after I join, I like to look at the scoresheet to see who the stronger players are, and who some of the weaker ones might be. And I see a player by the name of...I think it was or was close to "MCGAVAT" or something along those lines. Anyway his score was 72-0.

    72-0??? :crazy: I could take him, np.

    Left the round after going 1-5. All 5 coming from him.

    So I move on to a game called hillaryfor08, 32/32 people, CTF in the Village. Rated, with no auto-balance. Fair enough.

    As I'm customizing, I realize the teams are: "Allies: 8 Axis: 23". Meh, axis it is.

    So then this player comes in and his name is Surround. He's invincible. I was in the axis barn, and he was literally STANDING STILL WITH NO HELMET, and 4-7 axis were all shooting at him, using clip after clip, rocket after rocket, and we knew we were hitting him because you could hear, "UGH...RRGH!....AUGH", and plus he was making the little twitches players make when they are hit. After 1-2 minutes of that, we realized he couldn't die, and he killed almost all of us.

    So I left that game going 10-12. Not too bad I guess, but I wonder how anyone can be invincible like that? Did they hack? Was it an EA issue? Any help or thoughts on the subject would be appreciated.
     
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    I Roggo I Cool Member

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    does MoH have online

    sorry bit off subject but could you please tell me
     
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    Chances are its hacks and yes kind of EA issues. EA is known for being a money company, so they dont really care for you after you buy there stuff. Which is why when they bought BioWare people were mad/scared they would screw up there games. Other than sports games, their games usually turn to ****. Very good chance hacks will increase and EA does nothing. Though its actually a Modded Wii, because I dont think u can actually do it without modding, but then again its a Wii, not Xbox.
     
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    ^wow lol

    and yeah the guy looks like he was hacking. Nothing much you can do about that since EA doesnt search for hackers
     
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    Jimmer1720 Awating Headset Support

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    Seeing as how I joined a CTF match with 32/32 players, and I had a Kill/death score, and how there was another player named Surround...probably.

    No offense, I try not to be mean or rude, but that was a really dumb question.
     
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    Soz lol i know nothing about MoH games and just wanted to be sure
     
  7. T3kNi9e

    T3kNi9e Conquistador

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    He's saying it was stupid question because if you read the post you should automatically know he's talking about online. Its not a matter of knowing the game, just having the average common sense of a 11 year old.
     
  8. phillepino

    phillepino SSBB Name = JAA!

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    im pretty sure that its just a glitch tho.. freakin EA better fix dis shet! well so far im still grounded:mad5: and havnt been on but when i go here ppol say dat ders a lot of hackers but when i was playing along time ago i only met one out of the whole time i was playing which was alot so i dont know where dese "hackers" or "glitchers" come from
     
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    EA wont fix it, they never do. Im not sure if Nintendo can do anything either, but seeing as its most likely a modded Wii then maybe they do. But face it, Wii Online isnt Xbox Live, so dont expect the same support. Wii isnt even on Playstations level with online yet.
     
  10. Dzapper

    Dzapper Akatsuki Assassin

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    Yeah it could have been a glitcher...well I'm just gonna enjoy it while I last. Right now I generally gain about 1-15 points a match, so I'm good and my rank is climbing.
     
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    its definitely NOT a hack, i know for a fact that its a glitch. if anyone ever gets it, or sees anyone with it, quit the game. You dont want to give yourself a bad reputation if you get it.

    i do know a guy who got around 32-0 without the glitch, just pure skill. My most is 14-0.
     
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    Yeah I was going to say that too...I went 25-0 without hacking...so it just depends. Plus everyone else in the game sucked.
     
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    cyberzomby OH NOES! A PICTURE

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    I would want to experience the annoyance from this as well!

    OH NO! Im even jealous at people who cant win from a hacker........

    I seriously need this game lol
     
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    It's not a hack - it's a bug in the online system that happens randomly. It happened to me - at first I thought I was having the game of my life but when I realized I was invincible, I just quit the game and came back in. Apparently, EA is working on fixing the error, but I haven't heard anything about certainty or timetable. I actually emailed EA today to see if they are working on a patch.
     
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    Actually no, It's not a hack, hacking Isn't possible in the Wii version(the PSP is a different matter though), it is the invincible glitch(hopefully EA fixes that), so that person is a glitch abuser.
     
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    You cannot hack Wii online games.
     
  17. Atomheart

    Atomheart M'bating to Z Suit Samus

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    Does anyone have proof that it happens randomly and cannot be triggered? Just because it seemed to have happened randomly, doesn't mean that it can't puposely be triggered. In reality, you probably accidently triggered the glitch. Glitches aren't completely random; they happen because you do somehting--whether or not you realize it.

    And I have no doubt that there are people out there that know how to trigger it. Tt'll only be a (short) matter of time before word gets spread, and the problem proliferates.

    Do you guys honestly expect EA to do something about it? Do they EVER do anything to address issues with games? Quite frankly, this title was a low budget title thrown to a small developer by EA; clearly, this game is of very low importance to EA. If they don't even address problems in higher profile titles, what makes you think they'll do anything about this one?
     
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    Atomheart M'bating to Z Suit Samus

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    Not yet. Just wait for Action Replay and the others. Then people WILL be able to hack.

    As of right now, one cannot technically hack. However, people can purposely trigger and abuse glitches. It seems to me that the individuals denying this probably don't have much experience with online games. This is actually relatively common. Refer to SOCOM 1 for the PS2 for evidence.
     
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    After reading its a glitch then okay its not a hack. But its really funny to hear people say Wii Online games can not be hacked. You guys are being naive. Wii console is just like any other console, its basically a mini computer, and a computer CAN be hacked. Its not like PC where you download a program and use it. People mod there systems for the hacks, so it IS hackable. Its just that chances are you wont run into the modders as much because its alot harder to do. I know on Xbox if you're got modding they ban your account for a lifetime. But you have to pay for Xbox live, so they actually care for there members.
     
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    For the record, a glitch doesn't necessarily happen due to user interaction or influence. It could just as easily have been triggered when it compiled the information for the game, in which case you or I didn’t have any influence into that process. I log in the same way every single time, for every single game. I even pick the same outfit and weapon, look for the same type of game, and same number of users…etc. So by definition, I can tell you that it is random. I’ve played over 30 hours and it happened once. I highly doubt (read: at the moment) players can 'force' the bug to happen - it just occurs and they decide to exploit it.

    As for a patch, you’re probably right and they’ll just look to improve on the next game. I was just relaying what I heard from the EA MOHH2 forums. It’s just a good thing that they have kick vote – it helps, I just wish more people would use it when it becomes blatantly obvious that someone is exploiting the bug.

    It just says a lot about online gaming these days when the first knee-jerk reaction is "someone is definitely hacking and knows how to do it, those cheaters!" :wtf:
     
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