The Addictive of Lineage2 

September 08 [Wed], 2010, 12:36

District Judge Alan Kay refused to dismiss Smallwood's aion kinah claims, which could pave the way for a trial and possibly a big-time payday.
Hawaiian man wants NCsoft, a South Korean video game developer, to pay up for neglecting to warn against the addictive nature of its popular MMORPG (Massive Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game), 'Lineage II.Because of all the time he's spent casting spells and battling monsters, Smallwood has had trouble "getting up, getting dressed, bathing or communicating with aion kinah and friends.According to Wired, Craig Smallwood claims he is "unable to function independently in usual daily activities" because of his addictionext to the online role-playing game.Smallwood alleges that he would have never played 'Lineage II' had he known how addicted he would become.Rather than settling this with money, maybe NCsoft could put Smallwood on medication -- like a group of South Korean psychiatrists did with 'StarCraft' addictsext.In early August, U.Smallwood claims to have spent 20,000 hours playing 'Lineage II' between 2004 and 2009, which would break down aion kinah to about 4,000 hours a year, or 333 hours each month.

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