Namco Bandai Trademarks Three More Tales Titles

Thursday, August 22nd, 2013

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Once again, Namco Bandai continues to trademark more Tales names for their potential future titles. Today, we learned that Tales of Bibliotheca, Tales of Memories, and Tales of Favorite have joined the large list of trademarked names that Namco Bandai now owns.

As always, we can only guess if Namco Bandai is going to use any of these new titles. Traditionally, the Japanese developer has trademarked numerous amounts of names to use for their Tales franchise in the past, and, after this trademarking spree, only one of these titles gets the honor to be used for the next Tales game.

Here is the list of surfaced Tales titles that have been trademarked by Namco Bandai as of now:

  • Tales of Zestoria
  • Tales of Creales
  • Tales of Castora
  • Tales of Link
  • Tales of Jin
  • Tales of Ansis
  • Tales of Zestiria
  • Takes of Zestias
  • Tales of Bibliotheca
  • Tales of Memories
  • Tales of Favorite

So, what are your favorites in this list? Do you believe any of these new titles should be used at all? Or should Namco Bandai continue to search for a more appropriate name? Until more information comes in, we can only wait and see what Namco Bandai’s next move will be.

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