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Created 2015-12-25
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Title While Sony and Ladore will now go further
Description  Shadow Fall by saying the Runescape game had a true 1080p output. While the issue may be splitting hairs for some, Ladore felt strongly enough to sue Sony Computer Entertainment over the issue and is seeking over $5 million in damages for negligent misrepresentation, false advertisement, unfair competition, and fraud for a $60 game which has sole 2.1 million copies, according to CVG.Sony argued for all of the complaints to be dismissed on several grounds. Sony argued that it did not lie about Killzone's resolution, that Ladore's claims were not based on said claims, that the Runescape game doesn't fall under the California Consumer Legal Remedies Act, and that the economic loss rule bars Ladore's tort claim for negligent misrepresentation, according to Courthouse News.The federal judge disagreed, and in his written decisions, stated, The substantial majority of the arguments Sony raises in its motion to dismiss can be rejected for two simple reasons either Sony's arguments ignore important factual allegations that are well pleaded in Ladore's complaint, or Sony's arguments require this court to construe the complaint in the light most favorable to Sony, rather than Ladore, who is entitled to the benefit of all reasonable inferences at this stage of the proceedings. As a result, all but the economic loss complaints stand.While Sony and Ladore will now go further down the legal road, it leaves both Runescape gamers and publishers with a more tenuous relationship. Selling a product to a clientele that might sue you because of a technical oversight, or a broken game like Assassin's Creed Unity, which the Inquisitr has covered elsewhere, will lead to either publishers concentrating on quality before quantity or it will lead to an arbitration clause when you download your next game.[Image Source | Runescape gamespress]Amazon's End-Of-Year After-Christmas Sale Starts Deals Now Before Christmas. Amazon's last sale of the year is called an after-Christmas sale, but it starts right now on Christmas Eve Day. Why? Because why not.In a related report by theInquisitr, different mail carriers DarkScape Gold could still deliver gifts in time for Christmas.Much like it did with its Black Friday deals, Amazon is posting its after-Christmas sales early. Some of them end as early as tonight or tomorrow, but many others will run all the way up until January 1. Each day could hold new discounts, up to 85 percent off.In addition to running steep sales on products, Amazon digital content is also on sale as well. Apps, music, movies, and Kindle books are some of the digital content that is either free or discounted for a short time.The full Year End Sales site is available here and features discounts up to 70 percent off things like clothing and sports gear, and up to 85 percent off popular ebooks.
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