Bandai Namco and The Farm 51’s Get Even is a unique first-person experience. It’s about 60% walking simulator, 25% stealth, and 15% action. Nevertheless, the action sequences can be extremely challenging and tedious for some players, so if you’re keen on cheating your way through the more difficult segments in Get Even, there are some cheat trainers available.
The first trainer is a free trainer that you can download right now from over on the Mr. Antifun page.
The free cheat trainer only has two cheats: Infinite health and infinite ammo.
It’s a good trainer for people who simply want to be able to tank their way through the shootouts in the game, or those who want to continue to experiment by using a ton of ammo without worrying about running out.
The second trainer is a bit more robust in terms of its options. You can download the premium cheat trainer from over on the Cheat Happens page.
The premium trainer features six different cheats.
- Infinite Health
- Unlimited Ammo
- One Hit Kills
- Save/Load Position (Teleport)
- Super Speed
- Bullet Time
As you can see, paying for cheats gives you a bit more to sink your teeth into, including the ability to teleport using a save and load position cheat, super speed so you can breeze through some of the open areas, as well as bullet time, so you can pick your shots and avoid getting gunned down.
Get Even is a tough game to describe because it’s not quite what you think. In a way, I think Bandai Namco kind of dropped the ball with the marketing for the game. They should have just marketed it as a walking simulator, so that when people go in and get the gunplay stuff they would be thoroughly taken by surprise. Instead they marketed the game as a first-person shooter even though the FPS segments were really quite thin and far and few between.
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