Entries in 'trademark' (27)
The decision to trademark the Candy name is a perfectly logical one, a UK lawyer has argued.
The Shenmue trademark looks like it may no longer be the property of Sega.
The International Game Developers Association has released a statement chiding Candy Crush Saga developer King's recent trademark attacks against other developers.
Riccardo Zacconi, the CEO of King, has admitted that his company should never have released Pac-Avoid.
If King’s intentions are as innocent as the company claim it should withdraw its trademarks dispute with Stoic, the indie dev has argued.
Candy Crush Saga maker King has tried to calm the furore surrounding its Saga trademarks dispute.
Candy Crush Saga maker King is now targeting the maker of a recently released indie strategy game on Steam.
Candy Crush Saga make King is reaching out to the press to clarify its attempt to trademark the word ‘candy’.
Disney has opted against renewing the Star Wars 1313 trademark.
Rockstar’s much-loved Bully franchise seems one step closer to a sequel today.
A new trademark filed by Nintendo seems to suggest that a digital release for GameCube cult classic Eternal Darkness.
Agent, an elusive supposed PS3 exclusive that has been long forgotten by many could still feature in Rockstar’s plans.
A new Deux Ex game as a next-gen launch title? That’ll do nicely, thanks.
Microsoft has failed in a bid to renew the trademark for Killer Instinct.
A request from German company Ravensburger could lead to the renaming of dozens of apps on the Apple App Store.
Ubisoft's take on the Guitar Hero formula has suffered a further delay to its European release.
It looks as if work is already underway on one of 2011’s surprise hits.
Nintendo has registered trademarks for a range of Wii U video games and peripherals, continuing some of the original Wii's biggest brands.
Upcoming XBLA title Trenched has been blocked from release due to a trademark dispute with a board game.
Blizzard Entertainment, Activision’s global-leading money-generator of World Of Warcraft fame, has publicly criticised Valve for its bid to trademark the DOTA name in its upcoming title, DOTA 2.
Tim Langdell has until Friday October 15th to inform all licencees of his ‘edge’ trademark that he no longer has legal ownership of the name.
Publisher Electronic Arts alleges that Tim Langdell “intended to deceive” the United States Patent and Trademark Office with his treatment of the Edge trademark.
Apple has bought the iPad trademark from Fujitsu for an undisclosed fee following months of debate as to which company owned the name.
Tim Langdell’s confrontational use of the Edge trademark may be coming to an end, marking the end of one of the most popular legal tirades the games industry has ever ...