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Wednesday, 28 November 2007 11:04

Microsoft sued over Halo 3

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Software crashes Xbox 360


A San Diego
resident who recently purchased Halo 3 has sued Microsoft, claiming that the product is defective and frequently crashes his Xbox 360.

Randy Nunez said that Halo 3, "...consistently causes the Xbox 360 to crash, freeze, or lock up while the game is being played." He is also suing Bungie, which developed Halo 3 along with Microsoft.

The lawsuit said the problem is widespread and that Microsoft and Bungie haven't taken any steps to correct it.

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