Nintendo is still in the news with another new Japanese trademark application, as well as reports of Nintendo abandoning one of its U.S. trademark applications. Click on this article link to learn more.
Nintendo, the famous video game company headquartered in Kyoto, Japan, has recently filed applications for seven new Japanese trademarks. Click on this article link to see what those trademarks are and to learn more about each of them.
In less than a month, this year’s E3 will take place. This means that now is as good of a time as any to check in and look at any recent IP filings surrounding the upcoming expo. With the game day countdown constantly running, all of the major hardware and software developers within the video game industry are rushing to solidify their presentations for the show. Click on this article link to learn more.
Gamevice, a California-based video game company, has sued Nintendo. . . again. . . for a patent infringement case regarding the joy-con controllers on Nintendo’s latest super-selling console, the Nintendo Switch. Now, the International Trade Commission (ITC) has decided to investigate Nintendo, after Gamvice’s lawsuit, which among other demands, wants the video game giant to be barred from selling the Nintendo Switch consoles in the United States. Click on this article link to learn more.
Nintendo has filed recently filed about nine trademarks surrounding clothing and downloadable video games. While not much information besides the filing of the trademarks is known, this new development has fans speculating on what it means for Nintendo’s next big moves as well as whether this will have any implications on Nintendo’s presentation at E3 this year. Check out this blog for more info.
Nintendo seems to be making their next move in innovation within the video game industry by filing a patent application with WIPO for a pair of robotic legs, also known as a Passive Walking Device / Passive Walking Module.