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Microsoft Trademarks "Eden Falls"

Posted on Monday, April 21 @ 11:04:41 Eastern by

Microsoft, in the prelude before the Electronic Entertainment Expo in mid-June, has snatched the trademark for "Eden Falls" on April 16. Not much information has been provided in the filing with the United States Patent & Trademark Office apart from the above barebones logo and that the game is an "online computer game."

However, according to the temporary but official Eden Falls blog by Finnish studios Brimstone Interactive, it is "a science fiction-themed role-playing game, featuring deeply tactical turn-based combat and an exciting story of epic proportions" and will "be published episodically."

The team is small, with only five people, but they have "experience from companies such as
Supercell, RedLynx, Mountain Sheep, and Recoil Games."

 
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