A man from San Diego named Samuel Livingston has filed a class action lawsuit against Activision, publishers of Guitar Hero 3. This has all arisen from the fact that the Wii version of the game is only capable of delivering sounds in mono.
Even though Activision has already promised to deliver free replacement discs next year, Mr Livingston is ready to proceed and will be represented in court by Kamber Edelson Ltd, a law firm based in New York.
Sadly, Activision declined to comment. I think we all would have liked to hear more from Rhy-Ming Poon.
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