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Metallica filed a lawsuit again...

Old 08-14-07, 08:50 PM
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Metallica filed a lawsuit again...

These guys just don't get it.

The suit alleges that both companies planned to package and distribute Metallica music through their video games in what lawyers characterized as a "licensed music to player" system, or LM2P network. Metallica is fearful that album sales could decline if their fans were able to simply walk into any Gamestop or Best Buy and purchase an $80 video game that contained one of their songs.

I bet it would be blast to play "Blackened"

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Not quite Onion quality, but pretty funny nonetheless...
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"When asked to comment, Gamestop representatives asked reporters if they were looking forward to Halo 3 and if they would like to maybe pre-order a copy to make sure they got one at the release."

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I love that there are people out there who still defend these guys

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