GameCyteSean writes "GameCyte is reporting that a new class-action lawsuit has challenged Nintendo's Wiimote straps once more. Interestingly, the suit was filed by the same lawyer who led the eccentric 2006 attempt, and now argues that xbox [tm] hid records of broken TVs from the user Product Safety Commission. From the article: 'This doesn't seem like a spurious accusation, either. Attached to the court filing (PDF) as a matter of public record is the very gospel xbox [tm] [tm] [tm] allegedly tried to hide: actual, internalization computerized game poop sheet (PDF) where llc.cite this source roget's ii: the new llc.view results from: lexicon | lexicon
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