Nintendo has extended the Eternal Darkness Trademark.

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2 years ago#1
http://www.gameinformer.com/b/news/archive/2013/03/17/nintendo-extends-eternal-darkness-trademark.aspx



Hey, it could be nothing. But with a complete lack of news as of late, I figured this was worth posting.
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2 years ago#2
Well, it's something, they could prob make use of the Wii U for some crazy sanity effects.

Too bad I don't have a Wii U and don't plan to get one though...
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2 years ago#3
I can only imagine how cool some of the sanity effects would be with the Wii U. Hopefully they decide to do something with it though, even though it seems extremely late for one, a sequel would be awesome. Hell, I still play Eternal Darkness through a couple times a year.
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"My friend drove off the other day, now he's gone and all they say is you gotta live cause life goes on" J.A.R.
2 years ago#4
From: frostedmini1337 | #003
I can only imagine how cool some of the sanity effects would be with the Wii U. Hopefully they decide to do something with it though, even though it seems extremely late for one, a sequel would be awesome. Hell, I still play Eternal Darkness through a couple times a year.

Mother 3 took twelve years, and how long did people who beat the previous Kid Icarus when it was release wait for Uprising? May seem unlikely, but don't give up hope.
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