Japanese trademarks – Katana Engine by Koei Tecmo, Lost Judgment by Sega, The Centennial Case by Square Enix, more [Update 2]

Konami's The Keisatsukan series to return?

Japanese trademarks - Katana Engine by Koei Tecmo, Lost Judgment by Sega, The Centennial Case by Square Enix, more

A new set of Japanese trademarks have gone live, including a potential new engine in development at Koei Tecmo, and possible new titles from Sega and Square Enix.

Get the full set below.

Amanita

Koei Tecmo Games

Konami Digital Entertainment

  • The Keisatsukan” (Japanese title for the arcade and PlayStation 2 game Police 911 / Police 24/7)

Sega

Square Enix

Update 04/20/21 at 12:25 a.m.: Square Enix trademarked “The Centennial Case: A Shijima Story” in Australia on April 15.

Update 04/22/21 at 12:20 a.m.: Square Enix trademarked “The Centennial Case: A Shijima Story” in Canada on April 16 and Europe on April 20.

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