Nintendo’s Next Attack in Its Aggressive Campaign Against Fan Games

Fan games have always been a grey area when it comes to copyright issues. In the eyes of those making the fan game, it is a labor of love that took countless hours, in order to produce an homage to a video game series. Video game developers / IP holders don’t look at fan games so fondly, particularly Nintendo, who is once again attempting to shut down another popular fan game based on the Legend of Zelda franchise. Click on this article link to learn more.

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There’s a New “Ocarina of Time” Trademark. What Does This Mean?

Nintendo has 3 multinational trademark applications for OCARINA OF TIME in the United States, Europe, and Australia. While it is already old news that Nintendo has a Breath of the Wild sequel in the works, but that game does not officially have a title yet? Is this new trademark application a hint at the official name of the Breath of the Wild sequel, or is it a reference to a completely different game? Click on this article link to learn more.

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