The suit also includes information about the way the SecuROM acts once installed on a PC.
"SecuROM will disable certain programs that the designers of the SecuROM program believe that computer users should not own, or posses, or operate on their computer," reads the suit, referring mainly to CD-ROM emulating software. It also mentions the fact that SecuROM disables CD/DVD burners found on computers.
The complete document is available here.
The second class, which was filled by the same lawyer, concerns the software being installed with The Sims 2: Bon Voyage expansion pack, released a year ago. In the latter case, the person claimed problems with their PC arose after installing the expansion. These include disruptions of antivirus programs and firewalls, software conflicts and registry corruption, according to the suit.
In both cases, the Plaintiffs are looking for an impressive $5million from EA. Both legal actions were unveiled by the Gamepolitics.com web site.
EA had been also hit by another suit last September for the "Spore" game title.
The company has not commented on released any official statement on the issue.