Randy Nunez is a man on a mission. A mission to make Microsoft and Bungie pay for their crimes against gamers. Despite Halo 3 being a relatively well polished, complaint-free game, Nunez claims that he is one of a great many people who have encountered game breaking glitches, and he wants his day in court.
“Halo 3 does not function with the Xbox 360, and to the contrary, attempted use of Halo 3 consistently causes the Xbox 360 to ‘crash,’ ‘freeze’ or ‘lock up’ while the game is being played.” alleges Nunez. The suit also claims that there have been “mounting” complaints about the game, which neither Microsoft nor Bungie have seen fit to address. There doesn’t seem to be an explanation as to why this complaint is happening in 2009 when the game was released in 2007.
“Because Halo 3 is not fit for either its ordinary purpose or for the particular purposes for which it was sold, defendants have breached the statutorily implied warranties of the Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act,” the suit continues.
This is absolutely ridiculous. Three years too late, and simply very wrong indeed. The very fact that something like this could even get filed is evidence enough that America’s legal system has been f*cked by too many stupid people clogging it up with frivolous, greedy idiocy. I hope this guy gets humiliated.