My experiences with the Castlevania series over the years has convinced me that Konami is one of the best game-developers when it comes to reinventing their own games.
Shirofan wrote:The quote shows it to be patented, or at least pending patent, as it lists the reference marks and relevant details.
The issue is whether or not Konami are trademarking the name as a potential project; or one that is well in development.
Games companies like many others do patent names for ideas that do not come to fruition, or change name partway through the development cycle. Square-Enix are the most obvious example of a company that trademarks plenty but doesn't end up using the majority of names they patent.
However, it does mean that Konami have shown at least their intentions to release a game with such a title at some point, even if that plan is not later realised.
Jowy Atreides wrote:Those are just scans from a magazine. Konami hasn't confirmed anything,
so there's no way to tell if the scan is true or not.
Arenegeth wrote:I really don't know what to say to that, I would like a conformation first because that is actually big news in another way.
Well basically it signifies that future Suikoden games won't get released in the US or Europe but only in Japan and that makes me furious and angry.
If that is true of course or if indeed stays that way.
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