Nintendo Files Trademarks For Splatoon, Legend Of Zelda, Animal Crossing And More

Posted: Nov 13 2017, 4:51am CST | by , in News | Technology News

Nintendo Files Trademarks for Splatoon, Legend Of Zelda, Animal Crossing and More

Multiple Game Trademarks Applied for by Nintendo Including Splatoon, Legend Of Zelda, Animal Crossing, Super Smash Bros and more.

Nintendo seems to be ready to issue a number of games from a couple of franchises. It just filed for trademarks that applied to a range of games recently.

The company which is based in Kyoto, Japan filed for trademarks meant for games such as: The Legend of Zelda, Splatoon, Animal Crossing and Super Smash Bros.

Besides two trademarks for Legend of Zelda, Nintendo files two image trademarks for amiibo, three standard character trademarks for Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp and Marika not to mention Pokemori exist somewhere in the mix.

This report comes at a time when a Reddit user shared a post in which he leaked vital information about various games. There are a great many sources to verify the claims made by the user.

The user has also claimed that he was the one to originally leak the fact that the games Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Enchantress are a part and parcel of Injustice 2.

So he ought to be trusted. Among the games which lie in the future may be included: Pokemon, Metroid Prime 4, a novel form of Animal Crossing, Mother 3, The World Ends With You 2 and a Hearthstone port for the Switch.

The user discussed various ins and outs regarding the games he had leaked. Several of the games are arriving in the near future and a sense of anticipation and excitement has begun to build up among the gaming community.

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