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Sega and Bandai Namco Trademark New Sakura Wars Titles

After the recent success of the newest Sakura Wars, both over seas and at home, it should come as no surprise to see that Sega has begun working on some new projects in the series. New trademark filings in Japan reveal the names “Sakura Wars B.L.A.C.K.,” “B.L.A.C.K.,” “Sakura Ishin,” and “Sakura Kakumei.” While no further details are currently available, I’m very curious to see what exactly Sakura Wars B.L.A.C.K., and the similarly named B.L.A.C.K. are all about!

Bandai Namco has also filed a new trademark for “Myosotis,” in both English and Japanese. This particular filing is rather curious as it falls in line with a previous filing in Europe for the title, “Blooming of Forget-Me-Not.” Myosotis is also the name of a genus of flowering plants, which often go by a more familiar name… Forget-Me-Not’s! What, if any, connection between these titles is currently unknown, but this seems like more than a mere coincidence to me!

And finally, studio Interior Night has officially trademarked it’s name and logo! Founded in October of 2017 by Caroline Marchal, the former lead of studio Quantic Dream, the studio had been rather silent after parting ways with Sega of Europe earlier this year. However, this new trademark gives us hope that Interior Night will soon create some fantastic games! We wish them the best of luck, and can’t wait to see what they have in store for us!

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To some, Keegan Lee is merely a myth, but to those in the know, Keegan is considered the World's Okay-est News Editor. A lover of RPGs since their childhood, Keegan joined RPGFan in 2017, with hopes of spreading their passion to people around the world! When not playing RPGs, Keegan can usually be found crying at their home, or getting their butt whopped at their local arcade.

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