|QUOTE (gtasadude @ Wednesday, May 16 2012, 18:46)|
They posted a 'vehicles.ide' file that was apparently leftover from the files in Max Payne 3's 'common.rpf' file. The problem is, they had no proof they could open the RPF, or that the files they were finding even existed. Most people believed it, despite this. A few pages back people started making a fuss about the lack of proof, then Fantaseb tried to prove that he had been in contact with Rockstar by supplying a fake email address. By proxy, Twisted89 also lost a lot of his credibility. Now nobody believes it, and rightly so. Unless you can prove the file exists for yourself, don't believe what two random idiots on the internet are telling you.
Why is that so hard for ppl to provide proof about their tools anyway If they really scared of causing hacks/cheats increasing why not just "lock" it to and extend (Better still, they are open-sourced)