Sony Trademarks Guns Up! And Everything’s Game

e3Sony has recently issued trademarks for “Guns Up!” and “Everything’s Game”, which may be titles or services that might be formally announced at E3 later in June.

While details are currently scarce, the trademark identifies Guns Up! as “computer game software; downloadable computer game software via a global computer network and wireless devices; Video game software”.

Everything’s Game is listed as “entertainment services, namely providing online multiplayer computer games for others via the Internet”. Both of these trademarks were filed on April 29th.

soelogoThe Everything’s Game trademark is owned by Sony Online Entertainment, hinting that while it may not specifically be the title of a game, it may be a new service or program for existing or future online games.

Other trademarks have been filed as well, including ones for “Bloodborne”, “Entwined”, and “Kill Strain”, all of which sound more like game titles than services.

While these trademarks are just that, trademarks, gamers can only hope that Sony will offer more details at their E3 press conference.

Fans will be eagerly waiting to see what the software giant will be cooking up for the next year of console wars in terms of exclusive titles and new content for users. Expect an announcement of Sony’s lineup for E3 sometime before June 10th.

Source: GameSpot


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Hello! I am an Editor around these parts! I am a graduate of St. Francis and a substitute teacher, but I love to spend time playing games, especially RPG's and tabletop games! Sometimes I even create my own, such as my upcoming "Level Burst" project.My favorite video game franchises are Super Smash Bros, Monster Hunter, and Pokemon. My favorite tabletop games are Pathfinder (or D&D 3.5) and Magic the Gathering.

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