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Transformers: Age Of Extinction game trademarked

Transformers: Age Of Extinction looks like it'll get the inevitable movie-game adaptation treatment, as suggested by this new trademark filed by Hasbro.

Seibertron reports that the trademark filing was published on November 9.

The filing pertains to, "Interactive entertainment software, namely, computer game software, computer game programs, computer game cartridges, computer game discs; interactive multimedia computer game programs; downloadable game software for use in connection with computers, communication devices and mobile telephones; pre-recorded laser and video disc featuring an animated cartoon series."

So it's a game then. The question is, will High Moon Studios be on development duty? The studio's last game in the series Transformers: Fall of Cybertron wasn't based on a movie, but it provided plenty of top banter for fans.

What do you think? Should they return for this one?

Via Destructoid.

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