Fighters of Capcom trademark pops up on USPTO site

By Stephany Nunneley, Tuesday, 20 November 2012 21:00 GMT

A trademark filed with the USPTO for Fighters of Capcom has been discovered.

The patent description is very broad, as most are, but here it is anyway:

“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.”

It could be for anything really, but you can still hold out hope its some sort of fighting game containing an assortment of characters from all of Capcom’s franchises.

We’ll send a mail.

Thanks, CVG.

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