European Trademark For Fantasy Life Surfaces, Could North America See It Too?

Essel Pratt On March 20, 2013 20.03.2013 with 1 Comments

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Level-5 Studio and Brownie Brown (Now known as 1-UP Studios) released Fantasy Life in 2012.  Its popularity was immortalized when high sales made the game virtually impossible to find.  Released near the end of 2012, it has gone on to sell almost 250,000 in sales.  Did I mention this is a new IP?

Due to the fantastic sales, 1-UP Studios and Level-5 filed a European Trademark on March 12th.  Obviously, this does not guarantee a European release, however their history of localizing games does bring a lot of hope to the localization.

To be honest, I had never heard of Fantasy Life until recently.  The first time I viewed the trailer, I was hooked.  The animated sequences are amazing, and the actual gameplay seems to be very well thought out.  The game features a massive amount of exploration, and a choice of careers for your character.

Even if the game is localized in Europe, there is no guarantee that we will see it in North America, however I am keeping my fingers crossed!  If/When it does arrive here, it will be an insta-buy for me!

Essel Pratt

Essel Pratt

Essel Pratt has spent his life exploring his imagination and dreams. As a Husband and a Father, he doesn't have as much time to write as he would like. However, his mind is always plotting out his next story. Someday he hopes to quit the 9-5 grind and focus on writing full time. Currently, Essel has three published short stories and is working on a handful of novels. Essel focuses his writings on mostly Horror/Sci-Fi, however is known to add a dash of other genres into his writings as well. In his spare time, he can be found playing one of the 40+ video game consoles in his collection, especially his Wii U (NNID: EsselPratt). Click the links below to follow Essel's exploits in the writing world, and be sure to follow his blog at http://esselpratt.blogspot.com/ as well as his articles on Nerdzy.com.

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