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The ex-pilot of an F-18 plans to sue Sony and Bethesda
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The ex-pilot of an F-18 plans to sue Sony and Bethesda

In another action the court went on to gaming companies, this time for Sony and Bethesda. Fortunately, amid the recent turmoil, this thing looks more like anecdote. In another action the court went on to gaming companies, this time for Sony and Bethesda. Fortunately, amid the recent turmoil, this thing looks more like anecdote. Former U.S. airman, piloted fighter F-18, a year ago has decided to

In another action the court went on to gaming companies, this time for Sony and Bethesda. Fortunately, amid the recent turmoil, this thing looks more like anecdote. Former U.S. airman, piloted fighter F-18, a year ago, decided to play a role-playing game The Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion on my PS3. As a result, he suffered a heavy epileptic attack - the first time in my life. He even fell off his chair and got a result of a fracture. Naturally, the medical board immediately canceled his service with. But instead of thanking the developers for timely detection of disease (imagine if it happened in flight), ungrateful pilot decided to sue for lost work as a developer and manufacturer of consoles and on. The petition he wrote that the game is dangerous for epileptics, and the drive is not any warning about this. Now he is trying to recover from the defendants damages for selling him a dangerous and defective products, negligence and breach of warranty. I must say that such problems have been known since 1997, when the next series of `Pokemon` has caused massive seizures in Japanese children. But things are there: one or the other epileptic hears about his illness, but begins to blame not the nature, and others. For example, publisher Ubisoft even introduced special regulations for developers to reduce the intensity of various outbreaks, making the game safe for epileptics. This brings to mind the scandal with the flight simulation IL-2: Sturmovik. Battle of Britain `where the studio has spent three months creating a filter for epilepsy, and as a result it affected the stability of the game. Tags: Sony, Bethesda, court

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