SEGA files trademark for “Shining Seed”

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News has just broken about SEGA’s trademark for “Shining Seed” going public. Gematsu writes that SEGA filed the trademark application on January 28th, with the trademark finally going public on February 10th. This is almost certainly the title for the next entry in the Shining series, though it’s hard to say what’s next in store for the franchise. Shining Resonance, which released last year on December 11th, was actually the first Shining game to appear on the seventh generation of consoles, and that generation is nearing its end.

Since its release in Japan, Shining Resonance has been regularly supported by DLC from SEGA. There’s been no word on Shining Resonance’s localization prospects as of yet.

Do you have something in mind for the future of the Shining series? Write back in the comments!

 

Article image courtesy of Gematsu.

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2 responses to “SEGA files trademark for “Shining Seed”

  1. landman says:

    No idea what will it be, but I’m sure of what it will NOT be, a Shining faithful to its “roots”, not even with this name lol

  2. Deefy says:

    Maybe this is what Shining online which it was rumored a few years ago … but it could also be a smartphone game, which is even worse than that to which the series has accustomed to offer us lately except perhaps Resonance, which however I have not played.

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