Nintendo Files Another Trademark Application For Eternal Darkness

Back in 1999, Nintendo of America, Inc filed for a trademark for a computer game called Eternal Darkness. It was cancelled in 2009 and another one filed in 2010. Now they filed a third trademark application which includes the terms downloadable electronic game.

The original trademark stated its Good and Services as "G & S: computer game discs; computer game programs; computer game software; electronic game programs; electronic game software; video game discs; video game programs; video game software."

The second one, which is still active stated, "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." Notice the inclusion of "interactive" in the descriptions.

The latest reads, "Computer game programs; computer game software; downloadable electronic game programs; downloadable electronic game software; electronic game programs; electronic game software; video game programs; video game software.

There is no word from Nintendo on what they plan on doing with the trademark as the company declined to comment when approached by GameSpot.

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Source USPTO
Channel Gaming
Topics Nintendo, USPTO, Trademark, Eternal Darkness, Trademark Filing
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