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At least one defendant in a video game intellectual property suit filed by Hasbro is vowing to fight. Jerry Klein, CEO of budget game publisher eGame has called the alleg...

Quang Hong, Blogger

February 10, 2000

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At least one defendant in a video game intellectual property suit filed by Hasbro is vowing to fight. Jerry Klein, CEO of budget game publisher eGame has called the allegations of copyright infringement without merit and has promised that his company will defend it right to use the fundamental game play concepts that are at the heart of the classic games Hasbro is claiming were infringed upon. "Hasbro is unfortunately trying to control the ideas behind certain video games when such ideas are free for others to use and improve upon," said Klein.

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Quang Hong is the Features Editor of Gamasutra.com.

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