The group sued Activision in 2009 for misuse of their likenesses in rhythm action title Band Hero.
No Doubt claim that the developer turned them into a "virtual karaoke circus act" by allowing their avatars to be used for other artists' songs.
The group's attorney Bert Deixler told Gamespot that the band seeks an apology and a sales injunction in relation to the offending product, claiming that the band has lost millions of dollars because of it.
Deixler also claimed that the case has been delayed numerous times due to Activision filing "unsuccessful motions and taking meritless appeals from losing motions".
"Activision even went as far as secretly hiring actors to create dance movements for the game that no band member has ever performed," revealed Deixler.
"There's no question that there's loss, and it is millions and millions of dollars. A jury will understand why the use of an artist's appearance to endorse projects without permission is harmful," he added.
No Doubt won an early court ruling in its dispute with Activision back in 2009.
The gaming giant had earlier refused to alter the content of the game based on the band's suit because it would prove "too expensive".
Maroon 5's Adam Levine, Courtney Love and Axl Rose have been involved in similar lawsuits with Activision in the past.
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