Nintendo has filed a trademark for Hyrule in Japan on September 8th with filings in Europe and US following this month. Whether this is just Nintendo trying to protect the name remains to be seen, but the company could possibly branch out with future Hyrule themed titles. We won’t know for sure until Nintendo announces something.
Spike Chunsoft recently filed a new trademark for Mystery Dungeon in Japan. Hopefully it means that a new entry in the Pokemon Mystery Dungeon series is in the works, but we won’t know for sure until it’s officially announced. Would you like to see another entry in the Pokemon Mystery Dungeon franchise?
Square Enix has recently filed a trademark for Mevius Final Fantasy in Europe. There’s no hints regarding what platform this could be for as Square Enix are known for their abundance of mobile titles. However, it would be nice if it was related to Final Fantasy Explorers or something similar for the Nintendo 3DS.
We’ve already heard that Nintendo has filed trademarks for Quality of Life in Japan and Europe, but now the company has filed three for QOL in the United States. Nintendo has yet to disclose what form their Quality of Life project will take, but hopefully all will be revealed in the coming months.
A recent trademark listing shows that Square Enix is busy developing a Prequel Trilogy for one of its beloved franchises. There aren’t any hints regarding which series it is that they’re planning to turn into a string of prequels, it could be Kingdom Hearts, Final Fantasy, Bravely Default, or one of their many existing franchises.
Nintendo has registered the Quality of Life trademark in Europe today. Quality of Life is Nintendo’s next project, separate from their traditional video game consoles. We haven’t heard too much about who they’re targeting and what the device will be like, but Nintendo has said that the device will focus on fun.
You may remember that back in April Nintendo registered a trademark titled Code Name S.T.E.A.M: Strike Team Eliminating the Alien Menace in the United States. Well it now turns out that the Kyoto based company has registered the same trademark in Japan. There was originally quite a bit of speculation regarding the title with some believing that could be a sequel to The Wonderful 101. With E3 coming up next month, we shouldn’t have to wait too long to find out exactly what S.T.E.A.M is.