Has Fractal Design created the perfect PC case?
Rick takes a bite out of Tripwire Interactive's "Shark RPG."
How does Asus' £300 Z490 ROG Strix board stack up against the competition?
No more reliance on Mali, PowerVR.
Counter-suit comes with irony attached.
2011 models dying left, right and centre.
Strong language and a surprise confession.
$1.25M, but no admission of wrongdoing.
A lawsuit has been levelled at Sony for false advertising over a 1080p resolution in Killzone: Shadow Fall
Puts all the blame on Sega.
Allege theft of proprietary data.
Electronic Arts has been hit by a class action lawsuit due to the buggy state of Battlefield 4 and titles in its Playstation 4 library.
Wargaming is suing the creators of Project Tank, a clone of tank-based MMO World of Tanks.
Nintendo has been found guilty of infringing a 3D technology patent owned by former Sony inventor, Serjiro Tomita.
Warner Borthers has earned the ire of the Tolkien estate for overstepping their merchandise agreement.
A tattoo on an MMA fighter featured in THQ's UFC series has sparked a copyright infringement lawsuit from the tattoo's designer.
A group of gamers has levelled a class action lawsuit at Blizzard, claiming that it made money from the sale of account authenticators but didn't do enough to protect player data.
A Cyprus Hill backup singer has lost his case for violation of publicity rights against Rockstar Games.
Ubisoft is suing the Black Eyed Peas for breach of contract over an iOS port of the hip hop group's dance game.
Apple claims Samsung 'slavishly' ripped of the look and feel of its best selling products.
Google has been found guilty of libel by the French courts over its auto-suggest feature.
HP is suing ex-CEO Mark Hurd following his appointment to the board of rival Oracle.
Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft, is suing eleven companies over alleged patent infringement.
Microsoft has settled its patent problems with VPN specialist VirnetX with a $200 million payout.
Staff from Infinity Ward have launched a new lawsuit against Activision for $125 million.
Activision is suing the Infinity Ward founders who left the publisher last month after a royalty disagreement.
May 15 2020 | 11:00
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