Bandai Namco Entertainment has filed a new international trademark application for the mark Tales of Luminaria. The multinational game developer is known for its ‘Tales’ video game series, so the revelation of this new trademark application is making some people question whether this is the name of the next game in the Tales series, and if it is, then what happened to Tales of Arise, which was originally scheduled to release in 2020, but now has an undetermined release date? Click on this article link to learn more.
Nintendo of Japan seems to be on a roll with a consistent stream of trademark applications. This next set of trademark applications makes it the fourth consecutive week of Nintendo trademarks published in Japan. Is it time to “catch ‘em all” again, or is this fanbase catching a case prematurely? Click on this article link to learn more.
Nintendo of Japan has filed 8 applications for some new Japanese trademarks, and most of these applications are for things that you may have already heard of, especially in light of the major announcements Nintendo has made around the beginning of this month. Click on this article link to see what these international trademarks are and to learn more about each of them.
Last month, Sony filed a new multinational trademark application for the phrase “Play Like Never Before” which is expected to be the latest slogan in Sony’s marketing campaign for its upcoming next-gen gaming console, the PS5. What exactly is this trademark about though? Click on this article link to learn more.
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.
Nintendo has applied for a new trademark for MARIO SPORTS in Europe and Australia. Does this mean that a brand new Mario Sports game will come to the Nintendo Switch? It has been three years since the last Mario brand sports compilation game was released. Click on this article link to learn more.
Square Enix has recently filed two international trademark applications for the mark “LIVE A LIVE” in Australia and Europe. ‘Live A Live’ is the name of the company’s JRPG video game that was released (in Japan only) for the Super Famicon in 1994. The game is known as the directorial debut of Takashi Tokita, who is the same director of the ever popular, classic video game ‘Chrono Trigger.’ Click on this article link to learn more.
Sunrise Inc., has recently filed a new trademark application for the mark ‘LOVE LIVE! SUPERSTAR!!,’ which fans are hoping marks the next addition to the ‘LOVE LIVE’ franchise. Click on this article link to learn more.
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.