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The ‘Eternal Darkness’ Trademark Has Been Extended; Could This Mean A Sequel Is In The Works?

It would seem there may be some hope left for an Eternal Darkness sequel to actually happen. Nintendo recently filed a trademark extension, which could mean they’re working with a new developer, since Silicon Knights is busy dealing with some serious financial issues. Unfortunately, it could also mean nothing. Such is the business of game development. I’m really hoping something comes from this, even if it isn’t from Silicon Knights. What studio would you like to see develop an Eternal Darkness sequel?

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