Gamers Voice rallies against Black Ops

Consumer pressure group Gamers’ Voice is campaigning for Activision to resolve issue with the PS3 and PC editions of Call of Duty: Black Ops.

The organisation is preparing to petition to the Office of Fair Trading about glitches and regular freezing after Activision ignored its open letter, according to IncGamers.

As a result of their inaction we will test the might of government agencies against Activision,” said Gamers’ Voice’s head of industry relations Chris O’Regan.

We can only hope this brings about some litigious action. These agencies do exist to protect our rights as consumers, let us see if they can fulfil their remit on this pressing issue.”

Gamers’ Voice is the consumer group that organised the recent Parliament Games Day.

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