Capcom files for trademark protection for 'Remember Me'
No, I’m not talking about that 2010 movie starring Robert Pattinson. I’m talking about the trademark filed for protection by Capcom and picked up by Trademarkia for all the world to see.
But again, the question above remains unanswered. What is Remember Me? Answer: no idea. But, according to the trademark, it has to do with computer games and smart phones.
Here is the list of goods and services that the trademark covers:
- Computer game software
- Computer games in the form of cartridges, cassettes, discs or tapes
- Video game cartridges
- Downloadable game software
- Downloadable computer games
- Electronic game programs for mobile phones and smart phones
- Electronic game software for mobile phones and smart phones
- Downloadable game program for playing on mobile phones and smart phones
- Downloadable game software for playing on mobile phones and smart phones
- Screen saver software and wallpaper software
- Downloadable screen saver software and wallpaper software for mobile phones and smart phones
- Downloadable graphics and music via a global computer network
- Downloadable graphics, music and ring tones for mobile phones and smart phones
Intriguing, isn’t it? It makes one wonder what Capcom is up to. From the sound of it, and from the emphasis on downloadable web content, it looks like Remember Me could be some sort of social game that can be played between PC and smartphones, or something like that. At least, that’s what the trademark makes me believe.
What do you guys think Capcom is working on? Comment away, readers.
A writer, journalist, and aspiring storyteller, Peter Grimm has been gaming since the days of the Nintendo 64, and reporting on the goings-on in the World of Gaming since late 2011. His base of writing operations is located within the void between Here and There, or so he would have you think.
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