No Mans Sky Lawsuit
No Mans Sky Lawsuit
The No Mans Sky or Star Trek game has received a lot of attention lately with many people speculating that it may be the real-life answer to our space problems. This exciting game has also been inspiring many to create their own versions of what the game would look like in a virtual reality setting. While most of these so called “space games” are just concept art, the No Mans Sky case is different. There has been solid evidence presented by legal experts who have studied the science fiction case that there is truth behind this intriguing game. This exciting tale of an alleged space case will hopefully give people hope that they can live a life on another planet and take off into space as well. For those skeptics out there, rest assured that there is solid proof that this innovative game will provide many with the sense of inspiration needed to make their dreams come true.
The legal battle that is unfolding right now has many twists and turns that you would not expect in a story that only lasts a couple of minutes.
The story begins when a man who was recently released from a mental hospital suddenly develops a powerful headache. He is confused and does not know what caused this severe headache. Since his release he has been living in a small apartment. One day while lounging at the apartment he gets up to use the computer in the home that he now owns.
When he goes back to the computer, he quickly finds that it is functioning correctly, but when he looks further into it, he discovers that the game he was playing a few hours earlier has disappeared from the system. The only thing on the screen is a series of mysterious blue dots that make him suspect that he may have been playing a game that utilizes technology that is forbidden on Mars. This leads him to file a Class Action lawsuit against Cuddlebug and Electronic Arts. The Class Action Lawsuit will allege that the companies mis-sold their game in violation of the Sarbanes Oxley Act.
The No Mans Sky game was initially developed for private players online.
A few years later the game was launched by Croteam, an independent company from the United States. The marketing for the game was done primarily through online advertising. A large corporation, United States based Megcom, Inc. was responsible for the production of the game. Megcom is an affiliate marketing company. Affiliates are companies and individuals that promote products and services of other companies by using advertisements and other promotional methods.
It was discovered that Megcom allowed people to reproduce the software and distribute it for a fee. Subsequently, the advertising was used to falsely lead consumers to believe that the No Mans Sky game offered any benefits besides entertainment. When the suit was brought to the attention of the Federal Trade Commission, Megcom agreed to pay a $1 million settlement to cover their legal costs. This settlement should serve as a lesson to other developers that the Internet is a scary place.
The No Mans Sky Class Action Lawsuit is currently active in the United States and should be considered if you feel you have been or are being affected by this case. If you do feel as though you were the victim of this false advertising scheme, you may wish to contact a law firm that specializes in Internet Law. The lawyers at this firm will be able to give you the information you need to take full advantage of your settlement.