The EULA and TOS are written by EA.
With revenue in mind does that stop Steam from selling games, or Battle.net? Both of which if your caught cheating you don't use those services. I call that network security.
You buy BF3 and connect to the EA network and plan on winning. You lower your morals and buy the cheat. Or you turn into point food.
alex98uk your a great spokesmen for the gaming community. I appreciate your thoughts and posts. I hope EA can turn this around before BF3 is launched.
In gaming anymore it seems like Someone is never better than anyone else anymore, they are either hacking, or using a noob weapon. No one ever comes across someone better than them anymore. Every wants to cry hacks or you are using an overpowered weapon. No one wants to admit someone is better than them, and having no identity on the internet empowers them to those feelings even more.