The Star Wars robots have long been iconic, and the latest iteration has only grown more famous in recent years.
But the robot suit from a Japanese robotics company, Robotics Advanced Concepts, is a no-go.
The suit has long been a favorite among film and video game fans, as it’s worn by the likes of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Star Trek Into Darkness, and more.
But it has also become a source of controversy.
The robot suits were created by the Japanese company, which is owned by robotics powerhouse SoftBank, and have been criticized for their high cost and poor design.
Last year, an Australian-based robot shop filed a class action lawsuit against SoftBank alleging that the suits were false and defamatory, and claimed that the suit was a sham.
Since then, the suits have gotten more intense.
Last month, the Australian Federal Court ordered SoftBank to pay damages to a customer who said that the robots were a “sad reminder of the evils of the Japanese Occupation.”
As the suit has gotten more serious, the suit against Softbank has gotten less serious.
But the suit itself has been a source for controversy, with one lawsuit claiming that the robot suits are “an invention of a Japanese company whose name, in fact, does not exist.”
Last week, the Japanese robotics firm filed a countersuit against the suit and claimed it was “simply a false and baseless lawsuit.”
The lawsuit is the latest in a string of lawsuits against SoftCorp against its robots.
Earlier this year, the company filed a counterclaim in a similar suit against a Japanese robot shop that was suing a Chinese company that manufactures robots, and said that a robot suit was being filed against it “because it is a Japanese corporation.”