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  • Blog Post: Report: Sega And Gearbox Hit With Class Action Suit For Aliens: Colonial Marines

    The fallout from Sega and Gearbox's disappointing Aliens game has been ugly. Now, a class action lawsuit alleges that the companies engaged in false advertising when marketing and promoting the game. The gaming website Polygon broke the news that a suit had been filed in a Northern District of California... More
  • Blog Post: New Xbox Live User Agreement Bars Lawsuits Against Microsoft

    In the fine print of the user agreement you must approve to activate the new Xbox Live Dashboard that Microsoft rolled out this week, you must agree to waive your right to sue the company. This language is similar to clauses inserted in recent user agreements from Sony and Electronic Arts . The Microsoft... More
  • Blog Post: Webzen And Red 5 End Legal Battle Over Firefall

    After an ugly lawsuit regarding Webzen's deal to publish Red 5's Firefall in Korea, the two companies have decided to end their legal wrangling. Firefall is an impressive MMO that looks to bring a fresh spin to the genre (for more, check out our hands-on impressions here ), but a publishing agreement... More
  • Blog Post: EA Inserts Anti-Lawsuit Language Into New User Agreement

    Following the lead of Sony , which recently inserted a clause into its terms of service agreement that require gamers to waive their right to participate in a class action lawsuit against the company, Electronic Arts has added similar language to its end user license agreement. The agreement must be... More
  • Blog Post: The Saga Of The Hacked PS3 Root Key Continues

    While the world was focused on the announcement of the company's NGP handheld, some interesting new developments occurred in the company's ongoing battle with hackers. Tekgoblin reports that Sony won a temporary restraining order against hacker George (Geohot) Hotz, the man who reportedly leaked... More
  • Blog Post: Getting The Legal Lowdown On Yesterday's Lawsuits

    Yesterday was a big day for video game lawsuits. Uniloc started suing Sony and Activision for copyright infringement . Six thousand players are suing Electronic Arts for using their unauthorized likenesses in Madden NFL 09. And Microsoft won its patent infringement suit regarding Xbox Live service. It’s... More
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