Mon, Jun 27, 2011 | 19:05 BST
The Supreme Court of the United States has sided with the videogames industry, declaring it the winner in the EMA (Entertainment Merchants Association) vs Brown case that has gone on for six years.
Posted in: America, Legalities
Tags: EMA, Entertainment Merchants Association, scotus, The Supreme Court of the United States
© 2013 videogaming247 Ltd.
• Terms and Conditions
LittleBigPlanet video teases with a Super Sackboy flying around the place
Forza 5 microstransactions weren’t Microsoft’s idea
Lord of the Rings offering level 50 characters for sale for a limited time only
NPD November: PS4 takes top hardware, software honours
The joy of (new) box: PS4 and Xbox One’s celebrated launches
The Importance of Modding
6 posts - latest 3 hours ago
The Last Of Us GOTY Edition Listed By Amazon, Incoming For PS4?
7 posts - latest 3 hours ago
Xbox One... What the real gamers think...
11 posts - latest 5 hours ago
Consoles and PC are both gaming platforms for filthy commoners.
2 posts - latest 6 hours ago
5307 posts - latest 9 hours ago
It's sales time!!! $/€/£
7 posts - latest 13 hours ago
Help Dave raise money for charity
13 posts - latest 14 hours ago
Should buying an Xbox One be made illegal...
7 posts - latest 16 hours ago
VG247 Community GOTY 2013 Polling Page
50 posts - latest 20 hours ago
Hobbit The Desolation Of Smaug
9 posts - latest 22 hours ago