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A so called Aimbot also know as Aim Assist, Auto Aim, Aimlock is a piece of software or a part of a software known as cheat or hack for games, mostly online and competitive games.
The aimbot assist the player during battles helping him staying on the enemy with his sights which increases the accuracy and help landing more bullets on the enemy.
An aimbot is one of the most popular and key factor feature in a game cheat especially for CS:GO. So why is that? Well, Counter Strike: Global Offensive is a competitive first person shooter where your aim is what you have to rely in all of your battles regardless of it being a 1 on 1 situation or you are fighting against multiple enemies simultaneously. Therefore it is necessary to have your aim on point during the match to win as many fights as possible.
We offer you the latest of the aimbot feature in our CS:GO hack. It is fully customizable and you will not have to worry about it looking legit and smooth at all because it will look human with legit settings a template of which is already provided on installation. Additionally our Aimbot features Recoil control (also known as no recoil) which means that you will not have to worry about controlling your recoil during fire. In comparison to other cheats which offer a choppy recoil control our recoil control is just as smooth as our aimbot. The recoil control can also be fully customized in its precision.
There comes a time when every video game enthusiast must decide...Do they rent or just outright purchase it? There are a few factors to consider first. In some cases, it might be better if the customer just outright buy the game they are looking at. How successful is the game? Are copies of this game flying off the shelves? Is it that much in demand, that copies are being sold on eBay or Amazon for twice what you pay in stores? This is a case where the consumer might want to just buy the game, for fear that copies won't last in stores.
Another good reason to buy a game rather than rent it, is if you are a major fan of the genre or franchise. It is a well-known fact that some genres of video games do better than others. Let's look at horror for example. When big movies like Zombieland or Resident Evil are released, there is usually a noticeable shift in the video game market. Every so often, a certain type of game will hit and hit big. This usually results in other video game companies coming up with something similar to whatever game just became a success. Wanna be's and rip offs ensue almost every time. So getting the game that you love the story behind is a good reason to buy it, rather than rent.
Now let's talk about bragging rights. If you are a major video game player, then chances are that your friends are too. Something happens when you and your friends are big fans of video games. Competition enters the picture, and sometimes it can get brutal. Will you or your friends beat the newest and hottest game? Who out of the group will buy, play, and beat it first? When you beat the game first out of your circle of friends, you get the right to brag. Bragging rights can be important in this situation.
On the flip side, let's talk about renting a game instead of buying it. The simple fact is that video games come out with a starting price of $59. Most people I know don't usually have that money on hand to buy the latest game out. When I buy video games, I tend to do it, with the intent of buying 2 or 3 games at the same time. That's right. I spend more than is needed on several games. That can be a pretty expensive habit if you think about it. Every time a new game comes out, you have to spend at least $59 for just one game. Imagine renting a game. That means you spend about $6-8 per week or month for just one game. Money lasts longer if you rent.
Another good reason to rent a game instead of buying is that there is no guarantee the game will be any good. Critics don't always agree on what makes for a good video game. Nobody likes to spend $59 on a game that in the end, turns out to be a piece of garbage. Maybe the reviewers have a funny idea what makes for a good game. So now you are out that small stack of cash, all because you could not wait to buy that game!
When renting a video game, there is a really nice option if you go with a company like Game Fly. You can keep that game as long as it takes to beat it. Most movie rental places don't let you keep a game longer than a week. Game Fly allows customers to keep one game out for as long as they need it, for a monthly fee of $8.99. That is not a bad deal at all. Games can take a weekend to a few weeks or months to beat or complete, depending on how busy the consumer is with everything else in their life.
Renting and buying both have merits. It all comes down to how much you want a game, if the game reviews are good, how long it takes to beat the game, and if you have the money to buy or save. Neither answer is right or wrong. Buy or rent based on your preferences!