You can read the legal complaint Infinium Labs filed against the cold, HardOCP for yourself in this PDF. It's a 900K+ download, so dial-up folks might want to skip it. For the rest of us, though, it's enlightening. If you haven't made up your mind about who's right and who's wrong in this situation, you need to read this complaint and then reread the original HardOCP article one more time.
I especially like how the early press releases about the Phantom proclaimed Infinium Labs "an industry-leading global entertainment and interactive game company," while the complaint says Infinium was "positioned to become an industry leading global entertainment and interactive game company"but for the burdensome interference of the HardOCP. So the claim would have become true, except that it wasn't, and the HardOCP dared to point that out.
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