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If you're one of many Xbox 360 owners who have been cast adrift from the console's online gaming network for having a chipped machine then you could have the chance to sue the ass off the Company.

Texas law company Abingdon IP is soliciting punished owners to join a mooted class-action suit against Microsoft, claiming there's more to to 'unlawful' ban than meets the eye.

Rather than just being about halting game piracy, Abingdon's lawyers say Microsoft's move was timed to avoid putting gamers off signing up for Xbox Live so they could play the recent Call of Duty and Halo epics online.

Abingdon claim the US computing giant waited for the games to be released before enforcing the ban, saying that had it occurred prior to the games launching sales and online sign-ups would have suffered.

The Texan law firm is also reported to be searching for people who were banned but have yet to have the remaining part of their subscription fee refunded.


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