In 2012, Colorado resident Landis Edwards sued the folks behind The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion over a bug that erased one of his game files. The bug, Edwards said, violated the marketing copy on the back of Oblivion's box, which promised "open-ended" gameplay with "unlimited possibilities."
Buying The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion's Horse Armor. It's like listening to Barry Manilow, eating at the Olive Garden or ordering Spectravision. No one will admit to doing it, but still enough do so keep it in business.