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  • Zenimax Forces Indie Studio to Change Name of Game

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    Zenimax Forces Indie Studio to Change Name of Game

    Prey for the Gods was a game that was in development by a three-man Indie studio called No Matter Studios. Prey is an upcoming game from Bethesda. Zenimax, Bethesda's parent company, didn't like that another game had "Prey" in the title and decided to seek legal action against the Indie studio.

    To cut to the chase, the Indie developers may not have "Prey for the Gods" now, but they do have Praey for the Gods or for you fancy types. The devs mention this change in their newest newsletter.
    Wha!? Why are you now PRAEY for the
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  • Zenimax Forces Indie Studio to Change Name of Game

    Prey for the Gods was a game that was in development by a three-man Indie studio called No Matter Studios. Prey is an upcoming game from Bethesda....
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  • EA and Ubisoft Settle Dispute Over the Word "Ghost"

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    EA and Ubisoft Settle Dispute Over the Word "Ghost"

    Remember when a really stupid thing happened in the gaming industry? That's too vague. Remember when that stupid thing was EA and Ubisoft were on the verge of hot legal action over the use of the word "Ghost?" Guess what? The dispute has been resolved!

    EA has pulled one of their trademark filings for "Ghost." EA still has Ghost Games, developer of recent Need for Speed games and Ubisoft still has Ghost Recon. Everyone is happy. Details on the resolution are unknown but an EA rep said that "we now have an agreement with Ubisoft to carry on with our...
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  • EA and Ubisoft Settle Dispute Over the Word "Ghost"

    Remember when a really stupid thing happened in the gaming industry? That's too vague. Remember when that stupid thing was EA and Ubisoft were...
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  • "Haunted" and "House" Focus of Trademark Legal Battle Between Atari and Hazy Dreams of Infinity

    Could we maybe go like one damn week in 2016 without having to waste time on these idiotic trademark legal battles? This time it's Atari and Hazy Dreams of Infinity who are about to go toe to toe at an upcoming United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) hearing (February 26). All of it will be over the words "Haunted" and "House."

    Atari apparently holds a trademark for those words due to some old Haunted House games, the first of which seems to have come out in the early 80s. It was later revamped in 2010, with a new installment coming in...
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  • "Haunted" and "House" Focus of Trademark Legal Battle Between Atari and Hazy Dreams of Infinity

    Could we maybe go like one damn week in 2016 without having to waste time on these idiotic trademark legal battles? This time it's Atari and Hazy...
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  • Trademark for The Last Guardian Abandoned by Sony

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    Trademark for The Last Guardian Abandoned by Sony

    According to the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), the trademark for The Last Guardian has been abandoned by Sony.
    Mark: THE LAST GUARDIAN US Serial Number: 85700141 Application Filing Date: Aug. 09, 2012 Register: Principal Mark Type: Trademark, Service Mark Status: Abandoned because no Statement of Use or Extension Request timely filed after Notice of Allowance was issued. To view all documents in this file, click on the Trademark Document Retrieval link at the top of this page. Status Date: Feb. 16, 2015 Publication Date: Nov. 20
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  • Trademark for The Last Guardian Abandoned by Sony

    According to the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), the trademark for The Last Guardian has been abandoned by Sony.
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  • Sony Files Vib-Ribbon Trademark in Europe

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    Sony Files Vib-Ribbon Trademark in Europe

    Hold onto your butts, Sony just filed a trademark for Vib-Ribbon in Europe. Sadly, the trademark filing doesn't include any additional information, so nobody is really sure why Sony filed for this trademark. It's entirely possible it's just part of some general record upkeep at Sony. Then again, there has been a big push to see the return of Vib-Ribbon ever since Sony teased the hell out of it at E3. We'll just have to wait and see if Sony actually has plans for this fan favorite title or if this is still more just teasing from them. For those that don'...
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  • Sony Files Vib-Ribbon Trademark in Europe

    Hold onto your butts, Sony just filed a trademark for Vib-Ribbon in Europe. Sadly, the trademark filing doesn't include any additional information,...
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  • King Files to Abandon Its Trademark on the Word 'Candy'

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    King Files to Abandon Its Trademark on the Word 'Candy'

    Perhaps feeling the heat of the Internet, King is now filing for express abandonment of its trademark on the word "Candy."

    The Candy Crush Saga developer confirmed the move to Kotaku.
    King has withdrawn its trademark application for Candy in the U.S., which we applied for in February 2013 before we acquired the early rights to Candy Crusher. Each market that King operates in is different with regard to IP. We feel that having the rights to Candy Crusher is the best option for protecting Candy Crush in the U.S. market. This does not affect our E.U.
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  • King Files to Abandon Its Trademark on the Word 'Candy'

    Perhaps feeling the heat of the Internet, King is now filing for express abandonment of its trademark on the word "Candy."

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  • Candy Crush Developer Going After The Banner Saga Over the Word 'Saga'

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    Candy Crush Developer Going After The Banner Saga Over the Word 'Saga'

    King, the development studio behind Candy Crush Saga didn't feel as though they already won the "Biggest Jackass Developer" award yet by their move to trademark the word "candy." No, instead they now also going after games that have the word "saga" in their name.

    Their first major target is The Banner Saga, which is a newly released "Viking-themed tactical RPG." You know, a game that is nothing like Candy Crush. However, since common sense isn't King's strong point, they sent a "Notice of Opposition" to Banner Saga developer, Stoic. ...
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  • Candy Crush Developer Going After The Banner Saga Over the Word 'Saga'

    King, the development studio behind Candy Crush Saga didn't feel as though they already won the "Biggest Jackass Developer" award yet...
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  • Candy Crush Developer King One Step Away from Trademarking the Word 'Candy'

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    Candy Crush Developer King One Step Away from Trademarking the Word 'Candy'

    King, the development studio behind Candy Crush Saga is one step closer to trademarking the word "candy." Oh, come on! Really?! For


    's sake
    . Last February, King filed an application to trademark the word "candy" across a variety of products. These ranged from shower caps (what?) to video games. On January 15 of this year, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office once again showed how badly the system is broken approved King's request. According to GameZebo, developers that have used the word "candy" in their games are already starting to...
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