Fresh off of a win against Oculus, ZeniMax is still thirsty for blood — and has its sights squarely set on Samsung’s Gear VR headset. ZeniMax sued Oculus back in 2014, claiming that Palmer Luckey and John Carmack based their headset on technology stolen from Oculus. A judge awarded ZeniMax $500 million in the suit earlier this year for NDA violation and copyright infringement. Apparently winning against Facebook-owned Oculus is not enough for ZeniMax, because it’s going after Samsung’s Gear now. ZeniMax has filed a suit alleging that Samsung is using ZeniMax’s intellectual property. ZeniMax filed the lawsuit against Samsung in a…

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