New Lawsuits for the Game Industry

Do video game makers ever worry about this type of stuff?

A computer gamer is taking a software firm to court after he suddenly lost all of his virtual weapons.

Li, from Beijing, had built up his stock of virtual weaponry while playing Red Moon over the last two years.

He has now filed a lawsuit against the game provider, demanding �780 in compensation, reports the Hong Kong edition of China Daily, quoting the Beijing Morning Post.

Maybe lawyers will start suing software companies too, for the bugs consumers find. Think of the labor cost involved for a large company to deal with these bugs. Maybe that is why Microsoft is saving their $49 billion cash hoard. With all the bugs in Microsoft programs, that money won't last long.

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