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Sony accuses Lik-Sang of "sour grapes"

Sony accuses Lik-Sang of "sour grapes"
Cyrus Farivar
Cyrus Farivar|October 24, 2006 7:58 PM
In other news from our favorite Japanese corporate giant, Sony is denying that its legal action was the reason that Lik-Sang was forced to close its virtual doors earlier today. According to GamesIndustry.biz, Sony has accused the Hong Kong-based retailer of "sour grapes," pointing out that Lik-Sang did not contest the UK legal battle, "and therefore incurred no legal costs." That seems pretty fair, given that Lik-Sang had a pretty borderline business model to begin with. In related news, Sony also claimed that the reason why several Sony Europe execs bought PSPs from Lik-Sang was for "investigatory purposes," and certainly not because they were impatient.
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