I wonder if we'll be seeing the first class action lawsuit attacking a company that has failed to provide through the cloud? I mean, let's say Steam's servers stayed down for a lengthy time; could we expect buyers to bunch together and sue, regardless of what the user agreement says?
Sue-happy people bother me. Why would people spend thousands of dollars in law expenses, because they couldnt play a game for a few days!? Its not like these are $400 things here, man. Its 50 bucks. I would like to see some losers try to sue then have a big company squash them like bugs in a law suit.