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post #51 of 161
Just to throw this in, I would rather hear a response from someone else. "He cheated" is not a proper response.

On the Xbox support forums they give more details such as: "Your gamerscore was reset to 0 for obtaining online only achievements when the console was offline"
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post #52 of 161
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Originally Posted by 8-Ball View Post
Did you even read the article?


MICROSOFT FOUND THE GAMERTAG CHEATING...
I was about to say the same thing.
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my nephew's autistic. being that i live with him and see all of the stuff he gets into... apparently no one at MS knows what its like to interact with autistic people. they're ******* hard as **** to deal with and have a really hard time learning. labeling them a cheater is just stupid on MS's part. at the very least rescind it. they really do have a hard time do anything. this is just a failure on MS's part. lol damn me and my appeal to pity.
Edited by hollowtek - 1/27/11 at 12:03pm
post #54 of 161
Microsoft has an automated system that finds hacked achievements, it only resets you when you meet a certain amount of them. This kid must have modded a ton of them. I have a friend who modded achievements over the course of a year and he got reset after getting over 300 illegitimate achievements. Does anyone realize how much time it would take to get 1500 achievements? Each game has between 30 to 70 achievements for the most part. Assuming that games have an average of 50 achievements, he'd have to get every single one in 30 games. I don't know how much time he spent on his xbox but it was obviously way to much for an 11 year old and it probably only made his social skills worse.
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my nephew's autistic. being that i live with him and see all of the stuff he gets into... apparently no one at MS knows what its like to interact with autistic people. they're ******* hard as **** to deal with and have a really hard time learning. labeling them a cheater is just stupid on MS's part. at the very least rescind it. they really do have a hard time do anything. this is just a failure on MS's part.
For god's sake, read the article. How would they have known he was autistic? Furthermore, who gives a crap if he's autistic? He could be the freaking pope, it doesn't matter, he cheated, game over, end of story.

If you can't play by the rules, autistic or not, then don't get on Xbox Live. That's like letting someone mentally retarded drive a car, and then when they wreck the car, not giving them a ticket, because they're mentally retarded.
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This is why achievements in games are worthless.
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I don't see this as Microsoft putting an autistic kid down. They don't probe their records and see a user name and go that's an autistic kid lets remove all of his achievements. They see a gamer tag that has been cheating and do what they normally do. This is not to hard to understand also I know some freaking smart autistic kids and he may have been cheating nobody here knows that and probably not even the mom.
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my nephew's autistic. being that i live with him and see all of the stuff he gets into... apparently no one at MS knows what its like to interact with autistic people. they're ******* hard as **** to deal with and have a really hard time learning. labeling them a cheater is just stupid on MS's part. at the very least rescind it. they really do have a hard time do anything. this is just a failure on MS's part. lol damn me and my appeal to pity.
Another idiot.

Read the article...he cheated.
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My younger brother is fully autistic and this is sickening to see. Anyone who happens to be better than the rest is labeled as a cheater? Autistic children understand the mechanics of things much much better than the majority of people out there. This makes them much better at gaming than everyone else. Then again, he's 11. If that's his only friend, the parent needs to seriously try something else and get him a friend or two. Fixating on things like a gaming console isn't healthy for the everyday person, let alone a autistic child.

It's the parent's fault that the kid has only one outlet. My brother has roughly 6-7 different things he knows he can do.
That is just not just true. Not all autistics are savants
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I think the majority of this story's audience, do not have a full understanding of what encompasses one when they are diagnosed with Autism.

Autism ≠ Retarded.

As mentioned in some of the more aware posts, children with Autism are generally very adept at things such as video games, and it's not as if they don't know right from wrong.

Cheating is cheating.

And furthermore, who really cares about Gamerscore?!
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