Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Take-Two has filed a new trademark for its open-world classic Bully Game

 Take-Two has filed a brand new trademark for its open-world classic Bully (aka Canis Canem Edit) that covers"video game programs and software system," among alternative things.
bully ps3 game

The trademark application, sent on july 25th, can protect "computer and game programs and software; downloadable digital materials, namely, wallpapers, digital music files,screensavers, and graphics, videos,  
multimedia system files,films, live action programs, motion pictures, and animation within the field of video games and pc games."
While this might simply be Take-Two protecting its complete, it opens the door for speculation on a potential sequel to the initial, that was developed by  Rockstar Vancouver (since disbanded) and initial free on the PlayStation a pair of back in 2006.

Earlier nowadays, Take-Two disclosed it's anticipating its most thriving financial year ever, expecting to drag in nearly $2 billion from its varied properties by March 2014.