Shacknews is reporting that Infinium Labs has, after all the threats, finally sued the cold, HardOCP. This after Infinium threw enough threats around to provoke Kyle into preemptively suing them to avoid going to court in Florida instead of his native Texas. Steve at the Shack says the strategy for Infinium now is to make this expensive for Kyle: "Infinium is hoping to get the Texas suit dismissed and drag out a lengthier (more expensive) suit in Florida."
So the vaporware guys have a mock-up demo of a lawsuit running!
Seriously, this kind of bullying by a questionable but presumably deep-pocketed console gaming outfit against independent media is Not A Good Thing. The community should support Kyle in his efforts to fend off these guys.
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