With that I will say this is ridiculous, the name of 'scrolls' has already been used in a video game before, and not in Elder Scrolls. The Secret Scroll Flying Dragon, or Dragon Scroll. These are very similar to the name of Elder Scrolls, and unless Zenimax bought the rights to these names for Elder Scrolls, the lawsuit is null and void, both are games, both have the word scroll. Thus, this seems like a bunch of wind blowing.
I'm not really a fan of Zenimax's products, so I'm probably not going to buy Skrym because of this. Sorry if people get pissed about my self imposed boycott, but I'm just not a fan of their First Person crappy ass games. From now on, I'm not going to buy any Fallout products from Bethesda, or anything affiliated with Zenimax. You don't have to boycott them, and I'm not asking anyone to join me. I'm just tired of Zenimax thinking they can liberally use lawsuits. I know this is how the industry is run, but Bethesda is the worst of the bunch with suits. You sneeze and they sue, this is how they get 20% of their income when they can't out sell the competition.
With that I'll leave you with Zenimax's wonderful way of dealing with everything:
i hope all this ends well. i was never good at understanding this kind of thing. i myself never even remembered the "scrolls" thing. if my mother said " the new elder scrolls" i would say.. what? then she would have to tell me. Skyrim or Oblivion before i knew what she meant. i never even put the two together ( the elder scrolls and Scrolls) until all this started going on. if someone says scrolls to me i think of "Scrolls" not skyrim or the others.