American Federal Judge Utters That The Lawsuit On ‘Addiction To A Video Game’ Can Carry On

August 28th, 2010 - 6:40 pm ICT by Sampurn Wire  

Washington, August 28, 2010 (Just Flashed): A 51-year-old American male named Craig Smallwood had mentioned to an American courthouse that he was mentally reliant on and addicted to an online video game named “Lineage II’. Craig had also launched a lawsuit against the South Korean creator of “Lineage II’, NCSoft Corp. A federal judge has now pronounced that Craig can go ahead with some facets of his lawsuit against NCSoft Corp. Craig has claimed that NCSoft Corp. never released a warning to him about the likelihood of unhealthy dependence on this game.

Craig Smallwood has mentioned that “Lineage II’ left him incapable of functioning autonomously in daily actions such as wearing clothes, bathing or conversing with family and chums.

Craig has asserted that he has participated in “Lineage II’ for in excess of 20,000 hours since 2004. “Lineage 2′ happens to be a fantasy MMORPG. MMORPG happens to be an acronym for massive multiplayer online role-playing game. This has become a game that has attained colossal popularity since its inception in the technologically knowledgeable and pioneering South Korea in October 2003.

A legal company of Honolulu stands for NCSoft Corp. It had appealed to the courthouse that the case against NCSoft Corp. be invalidated. Nevertheless, U.S. District Judge Alan Kay had discharged a pronouncement on August 4 that permitted half of the eight counts against NCSoft Corp. to carry on.

- Just Flashed News Service

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