DVD stores about 20 years ago, before the era of online gaming boomed, contained mostly a handful of collection of our most featured and loved video game characters like Sonic, Mario, Pitfall, and Street Fighter among several others.
Soon after, as soon as comic-fan fiction and superhero movies came up, we started finding ourselves fishing around in search of video games containing our most desired characters and films. Some of the games which held maximum attention of gamers from all around the world included Chronicles of Narnia, Alice in Wonderland to Top Gun, Batman series, and Transformers.
In recent times, we have noticed a change, and now that entertainment sources have doubled, we hardly find any aggregate of gamers as compared to those in the golden days.
On a similar note, the mega theme parks giant Universal Studios has filed a trademark registration application of its newest version of our classic favorite “Jurassic World: Aftermath” game. Universal Studios, the 108-year-old California-based giant has always amazed us with its surreal video games, mega theme parks, and phenomenal feature films that keep everyone right at the edge of their seat has now decided to launch a new game named “Jurassic World: Aftermath.”
On the 14th of April 2020 the trademark registration application for the new game was filed at the United States Trademark and Patent Office (USPTO) under the description as follows:
“Recorded interactive multi-media software for playing games; downloadable interactive multi-media software for playing games; downloadable software in the nature of a mobile application for playing games and accessing entertainment content for use with computers, portable handheld digital electronic communication devices, mobile devices, wired and wireless communication devices, and video game consoles; recorded computer game software for wireless and electronic mobile devices, mobile phones, hand-held electronic devices, and video game consoles; downloadable computer game software for wireless and electronic mobile devices, mobile phones, hand-held electronic devices, and video game consoles; computer game discs; video game discs; wireless communication devices and wireless communication systems comprised of computer hardware and recorded software for the transmission of audio, voice, and images; recorded computer virtual reality game software; downloadable virtual reality game software.”
From the following description, it can easily be noticed that the creator has made the game as broadly available as possible trying to cover all mediums on which it can be released and an official domain for the same has also been registered, which is yet to be announced.
Supporters of the game have started thinking the ‘Aftermath’ element in the game’s name to be the final part of the classic series, after the 2018 launch of ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ which gained huge popularity and success. The most recent video sequel to the game was Jurassic World Evolution which had notably sold over 2 million copies.