I Can’t Play This 2008 Game Online Forever, Plaintiff Complains

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A California man is suing Electronic Arts because the company discontinues online game-play for some of its videos games after a new version is released. “Well, the ever-roiling, always-turbid waters of California consumer law have just coughed up yet another ridiculous creature whose slowly decomposing corpse will stink up the once-pleasant beach that is the federal docket for the next several months,” Kevin Underhill writes of the case.

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  • This is a bad example of lawsuit abuse. Honestly, the plaintiff has a good point in this case and is justified using a lawsuit to publicize the issue. When a publisher sells a game with online play they need to be clear how long that function will be usable.

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