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It looks as though the zany dungeon crawler Holy Invasion of Privacy Badman!: What Did I Do To Deserve This? released on the PSN network last year has run into legal problems with its chosen name.

According to a press release from NIS America, the company was accused of creating a conflict of interest with another unnamed IP holder. This conflict of interest forced a name change on NIS America’s part. Anyone want to take a shot in the dark as to who did the complaining?

Since a name change is being enforced, NIS America has settled on the decidedly less appealing What Did I Do to Deserve This, My Lord!? As a result of this legal complaint, distribution of the game has been halted on the Playstation Store until it can be sorted out. Once the name change is complete, distribution will resume.

There was never a physical UMD to worry about in the United States, as it was a PSN only release. However, collectors in Europe might want to run out and grab the last few UMDs of the game in case NIS decides to pull the game from retail shelves to avoid further problems.

In addition, the sequel that was due May 4th has been delayed and will feature the new naming convention as What Did I Do to Deserve This, My Lord!? 2.

Source: Exophase.com

  1. Lame. It still works with the game, since people call you “my lord” and whatnot, but that is still sucky. Definitely doesn’t have the same ring to it.

  2. I thought Robin quotes would be public domain by now

  3. That sucks, you completely lose the delicious play on words!

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