Dismissal in Case of Sony 'Killzone' Graphics

     SAN FRANCISCO (CN) - A class action lawsuit accusing Sony Computer Entertainment of embellishing the quality of its "Killzone: Shadow Fall" videogame's graphics has been dismissed.
     On May 4 U.S. District Judge Edward Chen signed a joint stipulation that dismisses lead plaintiff Douglas Ladore's lawsuit with prejudice.
     The joint stipulation was filed by Ladore on April 22. Settlement terms were filed under seal.
     Ladore claimed this past August that Sony's videogame was advertised to have multiplayer mode graphics in full high-definition resolution but didn't meet that bar.
     The stipulation said each party will bear its own costs.
     Ladore's attorney Alicia Hwang of Edelson PC in Chicago declined to comment.
     Sony's attorney Luanne Sacks of Sacks, Ricketts & Case did not respond to phone calls and an email by deadline.
     
     Contact Arvin Temkar at sanfran@courthousenews.com.