The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time: Nintendo has registered it as a new brand

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time: Nintendo has registered it as a new brand
Nintendo has registered The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time as a new brand in both Europe and Australia in recent weeks. A rather unusual practice, given that it is not a classic renewal, but something new that could make us think of the arrival of some news related to this beloved series.

While everyone is anxiously waiting for news regarding The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2, Nintendo continues in its mysterious policy of silence, suddenly interrupted by announcements, such as that of the release date of Pikmin 3 Deluxe. Not that he needs it: Animal Crossing: New Horizons surpasses 22 million units on Nintendo Switch and the company has record revenues.

The only information can be obtained from the bureaucratic movements of the great N which, a job announcement for a 2D level designer on the one hand or the renewal of some license on the other, suggest the intentions of the Kyoto giant.

Today, for example, we discover that a few weeks ago Nintendo registered in Europe and Australia the Ocarina of Time brand. The curious thing is that it is not a simple renewal, but a completely new operation that could hide something else. Obviously we are hoping for the release of the game on Nintendo Switch or some other kind of initiative linked to this immortal masterpiece.

The question is rhetorical: would you like the return of this game? Ils ont enregistré la trademark en Australie (pas de renew) aussi (en plus de l'Europe)

- Kelios (@KeliosFR) July 27, 2020 Source

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