C&C Generals is the most cheating video game ever made
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First round is for acceptance only.
Also can he please define cheating.
I want to thank my opponent for accepting this debate
Just for the record, I have been playing C&C since the original DOS version came out.
Up until Generals C&C games were pretty fair. The armies were evenly matched and the maps were also fair.
C&C Generals has 3 armies: GLA, China and USA
GLA is the weakest. It doesn't even have an air force which is a big disadvantage on big maps. The tanks and other vehicles are all very weak and can be destroyed very easily. The soldiers and tanks move very slow and you can't even start to build tanks without first building a resource collecting building, which makes you prone to rushing.
(I'll get back to that later.)
If you use GLA it's an automatic loss. There's no way GLA can defend itself from both ground and air strikes at once, without having its own air force.
China is the neutral army. It has an air force, and decent tanks, so it can kick GLA's AZZ very easy. However, compared to USA it's a joke.
USA is an outright cheat. Anything you shoot at a USA tank gets disintegrated before it even touches them.
USA can build unlimited helicopters for a crazy unchallenged air assault.
USA rocket launchers are almost impossible to kill and they can get any hiding troops garrisoned in a building, out with a flash pot bomb, which they have an unlimited supply of. It takes 20 GLA tanks to kill one USA tank full of rocket launchers.
Oh that reminds me...at the beginning of the game, you can choose "random" so your opponent won't know what army you have...what a cheat that is! You can't even know what defense to use, because you don't even know who your enemy is! You might as well guess that random = USA since 90% of the time it is. Not that "random" after all!
Back to rushing:
If you play USA, the me will last less than 30 seconds. By the time you're done building anything, you'll have tanks and troops at your front door without any way to defend yourself. What a joke.
C&C Generals is a cheater's dream. It's the most un-even game I've ever seen. Why even bother with it?
Semantic Attack 1: Cheating and rules.
Cheat: Gain an advantage over or deprive of something by using unfair or deceitful.
Nothing Pro stated was an example of deceitfulness. It is also only unfair if not everyone is capable of getting into the strong army. It is possible and so it is not cheating.
Semantic Attack 2: Cheating is not an adjective.
The resolution indicates that a noun (video game) has a quantifiable adjective (cheating) that CCG can show the 'most' severity of pertaining. This is not the case. Cheating is not an adjective and the noun it stems from is cheat.
Semantic Attack 3: The fact that the game is so openly uneven indicates that there would be far more difficulty for one to cheat on it than a fairer, easy-going game where the slightest act of deceit would be severe cheating.
My opponent said, "Now that I realize the voting restrictions, it's extremely unlikely I'll win this I will happily humiliate him even if it loses me the conduct mark of the voter that is yet to come."
He doesn't give a single way to cheat in CCG and instead explained how the non-cheaters have an unfair bias to certain nations' armies.
This does not fit the definitions of cheating.
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