COURT WARS: RETURN OF THE UNSATISFIED CUSTOMERA long time ago in a corporate world of lawsuits far, far away...
FADE TO BLACK. COMMENCE PLAYING STAR WARS MUSIC. START AWESOME YELLOW TEXT CRAWL.
A game that can only be described as a bitter disappointment for some. For long time fans who're a bit angry at the destruction of their galaxy, a lawsuit is in order.
A number of fans (about 2500) have signed a petition to have Sony convert the game to free-to-play. Likely, this will help raise the amount gained monthly (if you can understand that) and help keep the game online.
Of course, they don't have much ground to sue Sony on, and if the think they do, they obviously lacked to read the end-user license agreement. Then again, don't we all?
Sony's response isn't exactly serious, with locking forums being the only to try to stop a revolution (or something equally as financially tarnishing).
Still, with the EULA, Sony are basically all powerful (<insert The Emperor reference here>) and there's no way any of the class action lawsuit filers will be getting anything positive.
Meanwhile, on Ewok...