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Nintendo goes bats**t, trademarks everything from DSiMovie to DSTime

Nov 12 // Nick Chester

My theory that Nintendo R&D opens up random pages of the dictionary to come up with product ideas is starting to sound more and more likely. 

Siliconera unearthed a slew of DS- and DSi-related trademarks, just made publicly available on the Japanese trademark database early today. Among them are things like "DSiMovie," "DSArcade," and "DSTime." The list goes on, and you can have your puny-human mind blown after the jump.

As Siliconera points out, most of these are likely to be protective trademarks, most likely never to amount to actual services. But if they do, perhaps when we look to Google for clues into where Skynet will emerge, we may be a little off base. 

Via Siliconera:

Trademarks filed on September 30, 2008

DSiChannel
DSiStation
DSiNews
DSiMovie
DSiMusic

Trademarks filed on October 1, 2008

DSiMail
DSiMode
DSiVision
DSiTsuushin (DSiCommunication)
DSArcade
DSBook
DSCreator
DSClub
DSCommunity
DSCooking
DSDiary
DSeye
DSFamily
DSFriend
DSLife
DSLive
DSLibrary
DSmobile
DSMap
DSNavi
DSNet
DSPhone
DSPlus
DSPoint
DSSchool
DSSpeak
DSShop
DSShopping
DSTrainer
DSTime
DSWalk
DSZone
MyDS
CatchDS
ShotDS


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