Electronic Arts has registered the name MySims Sky Heroes, filing to protect the trademark in relation to gaming software. While no announcement has come from the huge publisher, trademark observers are speculating that the title refers to the next release in the popular Wii and DS Sims spin-off series.
As spotted by Trademork, the filing also covers 'entertainment services, namely, providing an online computer game,' and refers to the 'provision of information relating to electronic computer games provided via the internet'.
Debuting in 2007, the genre-hopping MySims series offers a casual-friendly version of game design luminary Will Wright's virtual dolls house The Sims. In recent months EA's effort has courted chart success with MySims Racing, MySims Party and MySims Kingdom on both of Nintendo's current formats.
Presently any comment on MySims Sky Heroes remains as pure speculation, as on occasion game publishers can file to protect the name of a speculative release that may never see the light of day.
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