Trademarks Filed for Guild01 Games

Monday, August 13th, 2012

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Level-5 International America recently filed trademarks for two games that are part of the Guild01 compilation. The two trademarks are for Crimson Shroud and Liberation Maiden. The latter of the two is a direct translation from Suda51’s shooter Kaiho Shojo. The other two games in the compilation are an airport simulator made by Simtower creator Yoot Saito called Aero Porter and a weapons shop management rhythm RPG (sounds crazy, I know) made by Japanese comedian Yoshiyuki Hirai called Rental Bukiya de Omasse. These two have not yet received trademarks.

This could mean that North America will be getting Guild01 in the future. It could be in retail form or on the eShop, with each games being available individually. Then again, this could result in a big pile of nothing, since they’re just trademarks. Hopefully, Level-5 will have something to say on the matter in the future.


About Kyle Emch

Kyle has been studying music at college for about three years now. He's played the piano since he was 6 years old and has been recently been learning how to write music. He has followed the Operation Rainfall movement on Facebook since it started and was happy to volunteer for the website. Just don't mention Earthbound or the Mother franchise around him.

  • I really do hope this game anthology comes here. I love all of the talent involved (Suda, Saito, Hirai and Level-5), so this’ll be a day one buy for me.

    • I absolutely love Suda51, so I was going to get the game if it came out no matter what. Personally, I hope Level-5 puts all four of those games on the eShop for $10 a pop. They’d get a much bigger cut of cash than through retail that way.