Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Courts Dismiss Digital Homicide's $15M Lawsuit Against Game Critic

I'm glad this case has finally come to an end. Frivolous lawsuits like this are the worst and I'm glad to see Jim Sterling came out on top.

In 2016, Romine sued yours truly – better (and preferably) known as Jim Sterling – for over $10million, a sum that would rise to over $15million during the course of the year. The original charges were assault, libel, and slander. Romine alleged that my coverage of his game studio Digital Homicide inflicted not only severe emotional damage but irreparably harmed his company.