Judas trademark re-registered by Take Two Interactive – TheSixthAxis

Judas trademark re-registered by Take Two Interactive

Over the next five years Take Two Interactive is planning to release 93 games across platforms over the next five years. and of those games could be Judas. Now, Judas is not a project per se. A few years ago Take Two Interactive registered the title and now it seems the company could be preparing to go forward with it as the trademark as been re-registered. Of course, there is no guarantee of that and there is no knowledge as to what a potential game could be about or which platforms it could be on. The company has covered pretty much everything media related as you can see from the list below.

Computer and video game programs and software; downloadable computer and video game programs and software; downloadable digital materials, namely, ring tones, wallpapers, screensavers, digital music files, and graphics, videos, films, multimedia files, live action programs, motion pictures, and animation in the field of video games and computer games, all delivered via global computer networks and wireless networks; pre-recorded digital media featuring computer games and video games, ring tones, wallpapers, screensavers, digital music files, and graphics, videos, films, multimedia files, live action programs, motion pictures, and animation in the field of video games and computer games; USB flash drives; cases for mobile phones and tablets; mouse pads; pre-recorded media featuring music, namely, compact discs, and phonograph records; computer application software for mobile phones, portable media players, tablets, handheld computers and other electronic mobile devices namely, software for video and computer games
Of course, not every game is registered by a company sees the light of day. Who remembers Agent? While there have been rumours swirling around Rockstar’s title that never surfaced after it was announced for the PS3 way back in 2009. Maybe, Judas will avoid that same fate.
Source: AltChar

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