The deeper we get into the legal entanglement of Scratch: The Ultimate DJ, the more positive we are that it's never, ever, ever going to be released. Ever. As such, our interest is starting to wane, but let's see if we can muster up the juice for another pass ... together.

An LA Superior Court judge has ordered that the source code for the game must be given to Genius and Numark, the two companies that formed Scratch: The Ultimate DJ LLC. 7 Studios, now owned by Activision, must also hand over the tools and tech used to make the game.

Scratch (the company) says it plans on finishing the game and continuing its pursuit of damages from Activision.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.

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