SEGA has decided to settle the class action suit over the marketing of Aliens: Colonial Marines for $1.25 million, reports Polygon, where they have posted the legal filings in this case over whether the released version of the first-person shooter met reasonable expectations based on how it was demonstrated. The publisher is not admitting wrongdoing, but this if this settlement is approved by the court it will clear SEGA from future legal action in this matter. Gearbox is not included in this tentative settlement, as they continue to pursue their recent motion to be dropped from the suit, and the story also includes word that the plaintiffs have also filed a motion requesting more time to respond to Gearbox's request. Under terms of the SEGA agreement class members will be able to file claims, and details on how to do so will appear in the three places a video gamer is most likely to look, print issues of Guns & Ammo; ESPN; and Rolling Stone magazines.
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