Microsoft filed a trademark application for “Marlow Briggs” on January 24 with the USPTO, and the application cites “game software” as the description. No other information was found in the application, but a representative for the firm told Gamespot it “often acquires various trademarks as part of its ongoing business strategy,” and beyond that it had no comment. This is the second games-related trademark dug up for the firm in the last two weeks, the other was “Gunpowder”. Let the speculation begin. We’re sure it’s not a sink, though.
EA is about to showcase its gamescom 2017 slate, come and watch it all unfold.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is about to look a bit nicer with the implementation of one of the most impressive methods of Ambient Occlusion.
ARK: Survival Evolved doesn't support cross-play between PS4 and Xbox One because Sony won't allow it
According to the developers of ARK: Survival Evolved, the game has the capability of pairing PS4 and Xbox One players together, but it won’t happen because Sony is saying no.
Marlow Briggs and the Mask of Death is now available through Xbox Live Arcade and PC. The game is an homage to blockbuster films, comic book heroes, and action games with its focus on “relentless high-octane combat, exotic and danger-filled environments and epic set pieces.” Plus, it has its tongue placed firmly inside its cheek. […]
Marlow Briggs and the Mask of Death has leaked, apparently. The game first popped up in January through a trademark listing. Shots of the leaked images can be found on NeoGAF which lists it as an XBLA title. Sadly, all we know about it at the moment can be found through the leaked images. Once […]
Sony Computer Entertainment America has filed a trademark for Bloodborne. The trademark is for “computer game software; downloadable computer game software via a global computer network and wireless devices; video game software.” It was filed on April 24. At present there’s nothing more on this available, but Siliconera suggests it’s something that could be announced […]
A Watch Dogs trademark which nearly slipped out of Ubisoft’s grasp thanks to a fake abandonment request has been fully reinstated.