Nintendo Extends Eternal Darkness Trademark

Harrison Milfeld On March 16, 2013 16.03.2013 with 1 Comments


Nintendo has once again extended its trademark for the game Eternal Darkness, which was originally developed by Silicon Knights in 2002. This is the fifth time since the mid-2000s that the trademark for the popular psychological survival horror  game has been re-registered by Nintendo. Despite being faced with mounting financial issues and a lawsuit from Epic Games last year, developer Silicon Knights was believed to have been developing a sequel to Eternal Darkness. The project has since been believed to have been cancelled.

With the trademark for Eternal Darkness renewed for a staggering fifth time, does this open the door for Nintendo to take a crack at a sequel, even without Silicon Knights’ input? If so, which of Nintendo’s first-party developers (or outside ones) would like to develop it? Tell us in the comments below.

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