A Little Too Obvious
Thus far, we’ve seen different combinations of what characterizes a rampant cheater. The Gamerscore itself is not necessarily indicative of rampant cheating, but it could be, given other evidence. We’re also looking at completion rate, what the Greasemonkey tool tells us, and other tell-tale signs.
An anonymous reader wrote in and submitted a tip that adds to this conversation. Here’s what he said:
I was just looking at a friends game list today who hasnt been online for sometime now. To my surprise he has been pretty busy with getting all his games done offline. Games like Quake4, Rockband, Chromehounds, GTA4, Bomberman act zero, Devil may cry4, and Fear just to name a few. None of these games have dates and they seem to have been hacked all on the same day. Needless to say i have removed this friend from my list after asking about his games and having him turn into a major a*(%^ hole about it. Feel free to check out this cheater. His tag is MDK CHAOTIC 1.
MDK CHAOTIC 1 is the one you should be watching. He is a hacker and i guess he wants everyone to know it because his games are not blocked but his achievements are all gained offline. Look at his card and see what i mean for yourself.
So, like we do with all of the tips our readers submit, we looked up this “MDK CHAOTIC 1.” At first glance, we thought, “Too low of a Gamerscore…probably not a rampant cheater.” Then we started clicking through. It’s painfully obvious that our tipster was really onto something. But don’t just take our word for it: