Cheaters never prosper It happens in every game - whether it's Monopoly, pro football or "Halo:
Reach". Inevitably, some hyper-competitive jerk tries to rig the game, ratcheting up his victory count by illicit means.
It's particularly bothersome in the video game world, but now the cheaters
are getting their just deserts as the developers of some of today's most
popular games - including "StarCraft II," "Red Dead Redemption" and
"Halo: Reach" - are outright banning the most egregious double dealers.
Blizzard has been leading the charge for much of 2010. In April, the company
banned an astonishing 320,000 "Warcraft" and "Diablo" accounts - issuing
30-day suspensions to first offenders and permanently banning