Nintendo has held a special place in fans’ hearts for many years with unique projects, and one of the primary reasons they have remained relevant is the constant innovation of new and varied content over the years.
Nintendo has produced numerous significant franchises, including Mario, Donkey Kong, The Legend of Zelda, Pokémon, and so much more. The franchise is always looking for its next extensive hit and has kept itself connected over the years by rarely taking any break between new pieces of content.
Fans who want even more Nintendo content may be in good luck, as a new trademark that did not escape our sharp eyes suggests a possible new game could be in development.
StarTropics is a classic action-adventure video game developed by Nintendo in the 1990s; The story of the game follows 15-year-old Mike Jones, who finds that his uncle has gone missing. Though how is the trademark crucial to a new game? Well, if you are not familiar with a trademark:
A trademark can be any word, phrase, symbol, design, or combination of these things that identifies your goods or services. It’s how customers recognize you in the marketplace and distinguish you from your competitors.
It is not unusual for companies to update their trademarks, but this is a new trademark, and it looks like they’re trademarking the particular text and font. So, it can be a placeholder for the new StarTropics Switch game or perhaps a spin-off, which has been in the rumors.
Bearing in mind that Nintendo recently announced new projects, including NieR: Automata and Pack-Man World. Whatever this Trademark produces, fans will likely want to keep an eye out for what comes next.
Still, even if it’s not as big of a deal as we think, something is happening behind the scenes. A great example is when Nintendo recently filed two trademarks for Pikachu and a new Donkey Kong Trademark. Even EA filed some trademarks very recently.
There is no confirmation on the announcement, but the trademark has sparked some hopes for the StarTropics fans, and all we can do is hope for Nintendo to make an official announcement.
Please let us know your thoughts on the trademark in the comments below! And we will keep you updated.