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NINTENDO has filed for a series of new trademarks, and one of them is a Wario Land listing that suggests the company is certainly working on a new game.
It's been revealed today that Nintendo has applied for nine trademarks for what the company calls 'downloadable videogame programs'.
According to website Japanese Nintendo, the company has applied for trademarks for Dillon’s Dead-Heat Breakers, Luigi’s Mansion, Mario & Luigi, Metroid, Metroid Prime, Smash Bros., Wario Land and WarioWare, as well as a trademark for a new title seemingly called Octo.
This is the second time Nintendo application related to the Wario Land title since 2017, giving some serious weight to the idea that Nintendo is working on another Wario-based game, perhaps for the Switch (though that is not yet confirmed).