DRAGON software is an software that allows you to play the video game “Dragon” on a smartphone.
The software is based on the popular game and was developed by a group of Japanese developers, according to a court filing last week.
In the filing, the creators of Dragon argue that the software infringes copyright in the video games Dragon Quest and Dragon Quest II.
According to the creators, Dragon software is not only a video game but also a multimedia content, and is not “free” of copyright.
But the judge said that “DRAGONS software does not infringe any copyright.”
The defendants, including Japanese developer Hiroyuki Otsuka, argued that the lawsuit was brought against them because of the similarity of Dragon Quest’s plot to “The Walking Dead,” an AMC television series.
On May 30, the defendants filed a counter-claim in court, saying the software was not related to the series.
The defendants argued that Dragon software infringed on their copyrights in Dragon Quest, Dragon Quest 2, and Dragon Hunter and was therefore not infringing on their copyright.
The case is expected to be decided in late June.