According to the Chinese news agency Xinhua, the 13 year old boy jumped to his death while reenacting a scene from the game.
The parents are backed by the anti-Internet addiction advocate Zhang Chunliang who has got 63 parents whose children have also allegedly suffered from online gaming addiction and plans to file a class-action suit.
Many Chinese parents contend that their children spend hours gaming in Internet cafes at the risk of their health, work, and school.
Of course it could be a Red Herring. µ
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