From Westlaw's summary: Plaintiff alleged that defendants sold videogames that "caus[ed] older versions of counsel to overheat and become permanently inoperable during normal game play." Well, I should definitely stay away from those videogames!
(I should note that the opinion itself uses "console." Also, it found that the complaint didn't plausibly state a claim of deceptiveness merely because the games were branded PS3 and similar terms even if the games made older PS3 consoles overheat; there have been so many PS3s over the years that a reasonable consumer wouldn't think that PS3 branding meant full compatibility; I'm not sure why that would be so, since it's certainly possible to limit one's claims to 'compatible with recent models' or the like.) Garcia v. Sony Computer Entertainment America, LLC, 859 F. Supp. 2d 1056 (N.D. Cal. 2012).