Browsing through the new trademarks like we do, we see that Sega's Sonic Shuffle pops up. If you remember, this was Sega's four-player party game answer to Nintendo's Mario Party, originally released for the Dreamcast. It wasn't the greatest game ever, but I was a Sega whore back in the day, so I bought it.
Maybe I'll be buying it again? Or, remembering how boring it was, maybe not. Could this re-trademarking of the title be for protection, or is it plans for a re-release? Mark this down as a rumor for now.
It would fit as a Wii game, I guess. Substitute button mashing for waggle? I don't think that would make it better, though. Sega, there's much cooler games to dig back up.
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