ActiBlizz applies for Sing Hero trademark

By Stephany Nunneley, Wednesday, 11 March 2009 16:20 GMT

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If the US government’s Patent and Trademark office’s website is to be believed, Activision’s applied for a trademark for Sing Hero.

Surely it sounds like what it is–a competitor to Sony’s Singstar and Microsoft’s Lips.

Looks as though ActiBlizz bossman Bobby Kotick wasn’t lying during his company’s financial call last month, when he said that five more “Hero” games would be heading our way this year.

Great. More drunken karaoke is in our future.

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