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Court not likely to delay Brutal Legend

Joystiq:

"The Associated Press has Los Angeles Superior Court judge Craig Karlan pushing back the formal motions until August 6th, to allow both parties to further prepare their arguments -- and because his calendar is full at the moment (with dance parties, we assume). Though he called the case a "close call," he also noted that his tentative judgment is based on his belief that Activision's case doesn't have "a likelihood of success." Ouch."

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RememberThe3573038d ago (Edited 3038d ago )

I've been wanting this game since E3. Activition better not try and keep it from me longer then it already has!

If they do I'll come up with a diabolical scheme to take over the company and turn it into a fun loving gamer charity that will sell call of duty games for $10(ok maybe $20)! HA, their worst nightmare.

-EvoAnubis-3038d ago

Aw...poor Activision! It seems they just can't catch a break.

labaronx3038d ago

i thought i was the only person worried activision might pull off some legal trick to halt the release of this game but it appears the judge doesn't see much of a case in it.... best news all day...

Salvadore3038d ago

In their faces, Activision-Milkman thought they could get away with it.