Figured this being a PS3 forum…a bit surprised this isn't getting A LOT more attention.
(there's some history to this, sorry but I'm just focusing on the present)
Also apologize for not knowing this forum enough to link correctly…so I'm just spilling it out there like this:
A quick settlement may be essential for Sony to avoid a crisis. Although its claim is unconfirmed, the newspaper had heard that Sony might have just two to three weeks of PS3s in stock in Europe before it runs dry. If it couldn't lift the injunction, it could see the Wii and Xbox 360 take a commanding lead in European gaming once customers have no choice but to buy from Microsoft or Nintendo to get a modern console.
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yea 10 day custom siezure. gonna suck in the end for someone.
Yeah…10 days. Not a huge deal to the consumer (yet). But I'm sure it could add up corporately…
That, and the fact that it actually got to this point is pretty amazing.
Interest builds as to the next step.
Yeah, it'll definitely be interesting to follow this story. We should keep our fingers crossed, haha. Sony doesn't need any hard hits. Hopefully, LG will pay a hefty price for that decision.
Suppose we'll see…
Pretty sure LG only started this cause Sony came at them first (LG Counter-sued)…so vilifying LG is hard to do here. I mean, Sony picked this battle…
I'm not choosing sides or anything, it's not my battle. I don't even know the specifics. It'd just be unfortunate for something like this to happen to gaming in general, it's a slight setback, but who knows where it's headed. Up or down.
Just hopefully, for the sake of the customer the ban gets lifted, or Sony is compensated for the hold up. That's all I'm saying.
we just have to wait until the specifics of the infringement go public. likely they are both retarded on both sides.
The only people who are winning all of these lawsuits are the lawyers . . .
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