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Post by VnM jboy on Sat Jun 18, 2011 4:03 pm

After languishing in the legal system for over a year, the lawsuit filed against Activision by Infinity Ward founders Vincent Zampella and Jason West appears to be moving forward, according to the Hollywood Reporter. The publication reports that a Los Angeles judge has ruled that Zampella and West's claims against Activision have merit -- complaints of unpaid royalties among others -- meaning the suit should finally be going to court.

In the mist of MW3, the case between Activision and Infinity Ward is finally going to court. West and Zampella are credited with producing the first-person fighting game, one of the most successful franchises in video game history with more than $1 billion in sales. The two former heads of Activision subsidiary Infinity Ward were terminated by Activision after the company conducted an investigation that supposedly turned up breaches of contract, insubordination, and violations of company policy.
The duo then took legal action, claiming that Activision's allegedly wrongful termination cost them more than $125 million in royalties. West and Zampella said that Activision had promised them the right to creative authority and autonomy and escalating royalty payments on future games. Activision then stuck back with its own counter-suit stating the 2 developers,"self-serving schemers who attempted to hijack Activision's assets for their own personal gain."
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