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Microsoft Files Trademark For Glacier Blast

Posted on Friday, April 5 @ 10:30:04 Eastern by Alex_Osborn

Earlier this month—on April 1st to be exact—Microsoft filed a trademark for "Glacier Blast." 

As far as what this could be remains a mystery, but the company did also register the domain "GlacierBlastGame," so there's a good chance this will be a next-gen Xbox-exclusive title. Is it just me, or does "Glacier Blast" sound like an excellent name for a casual-friendly Kinect title that I (and probably none of you) would ever want to play?

Let's hope I'm wrong and it's something actually good, because in all honesty, Microsoft could really benefit from something positive right now. Who knows, maybe it'll never turn into anything at all. Regardless, let us know what you think it might be in the comments below.

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