Shaq Fu sequel could be in the works after trademark filing – rumour

By Dave Cook, Monday, 13 May 2013 08:37 GMT

Critically-slated 16-bit fighter Shaq Fu – which starred basketball legend Shaquille O’Neal – could be getting a sequel called Shaqfighter, according to recently filed trademarks.

Siliconera reports that Mine O’Mine, the company that runs Shaq’s official homepage has filed a trademark for something called Shaqfighter.

The filing covers ‘video games, computer game software, online games and action skill games’, suggesting that a Shaq Fu sequel is indeed on the cards. But do treat this as rumour for now.

Never heard of Shaq Fu? Watch this video courtesy of MegaDriveChannel and let us know what you think below.

Loving that grating music.

Thanks NeoGAF.

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