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diablo1892
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reply to The Huntsman

Re: [Networking] Online Gaming on HughesNet

said by The Huntsman:

They haven't yet given me a reason, but based on what I've seen, I suspect that they're going to accuse me of hacking. I didn't hack. I wouldn't even know how to hack. I'm thinking this is somehow related to HughesNet. Maybe the web acceleration or the turbo pages? I don't know. I'm going to try to appeal the thing once they actually accuse me of it - should they accuse me of it - but has something like this happened to anybody else while playing an online game via HughesNet?

The reason why they say your hacking is because other players see you glitching and this says "hey your using some sorta trainer to make you teleport and move faster than others" The reason why your teleporting is because the ping is so outrages, sometimes connection will also get lost and then comes back witch makes you teleport. The reason why your moving so fast is because the game server your playing on can't keep up with your lag, your just too laggy.

I played crysis 3 on launch day and other players thought that i was using a trainer.. I have 1 question. How can I be cheating on a game that just launched?? tell me HOW?! I could'nt have been, the game just launched, my ping was saying 650.. and one other thing, if the players see you have 999 ping or whatever they will try to ban you, they will also try to record you while your saying your not a cheater but really lagging. Its extremely frusterating sometimes. No one wants to play against someone who looks like they are cheating..
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