Nintendo News: Eternal Darkness trademarked renewed again

By Michael On 16 Mar, 2013 At 11:54 PM | Categorized As General News, News | With 4 Comments

Nintendo News: Eternal Darkness trademarked renewed again

Nintendo has renewed the trademark for the cult classic, Eternal Darkness. This could be an indication that Nintendo is prepping a sequel for the Wii U or the 3DS. It was rumored a while back that Silicon Knights, had a working build of the sequel, but was canned. Perhaps Nintendo has reunited with the fallen developer one last time. Below is the details of the trademark application.

Status Date:
Serial Number: 77932350
Filing Date: 2/10/2010
Registration Number: NOT AVAILABLE
Registration Date: NOT AVAILABLE

Goods and Services: computer game programs; computer game software; electronic game programs; electronic game software; interactive electronic game programs; interactive electronic game software; interactive video game programs; interactive video game software; video game programs; video game software

Mark Description: NOT AVAILABLE
Type Of Mark: TradeMark
Published For Opposition Date: 5/25/2010

Last Applicant/Owner: Nintendo of America Inc.
Redmond, WA 98052



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  • Holyfire

    Eternal darkness was a great game. And would be awesome to be revived on WiiU. Especially as an exclusive. No game around did what Eternal darkness did. Be cool to see some innovative scare effects again. If it comes about, I’ll already be sold on it

  • TheGreenAssassin

    This would be a system seller, locked and loaded. Imo Eternal Darkness: Sanity`s Requiem was one of the best horror games ever.