Seriously. Writing a subpar script is against the law now? Why not go after the likes of Michael Bay then? What next, some rabid idiot suing Blizzard over the Mystic and Talisman being cut from Diablo 3, as well as PvP not making it for launch? What about going after Gamefreak because all the new Pokémon are teh suxx0rZ, Team Plasma is defamation against PETA, or Skyla needs more clothes because some extremist imam is offended? Or going back to BioWare, nails on a chalkboard are more appealing than Sonic Chronicles' soundtrack? Oh hey, I brought up Action 52 on this blog yesterday, why not sue the owner of Active Enterprises for charging $200 for a game that's in the bottom 5% of the NES library (quite an accomplishment when you know just how easy it was to make shovelware for that thing)?
Update: Wait, it gets worse! Amazon gives full refunds to some people who bought ME3 and didn't like the ending? That's simply unheard of! This is by far the most ridiculous, overblown, over-the-top debacle in gaming history. Yes, Bioware didn't follow up on their promises, but that can't possibly justify this ridiculous reaction. Normally such a thing would peter out over time, but the worst part is that instead of doing that, it's actually gaining steam! Scary.