The trademark was submitted by Sony Computer Entertainment Europe Limited earlier today. There isn’t much information outside of the trademark’s Nice Classifications of 9 and 41 which cover computer software and electronic games services respectively.
G-Police was originally released back in 1997 for both the original PlayStation and PC. The game took place in the sci-fi world of 2097 on a colonized moon of Jupiter. It was developed by Psygnosis, who went on to make the Wipeout series, and was inspired by Blade Runner. Gameplay saw players piloting a VTOL and involved aerial combat as well as bombing the hell out of criminals (and the occasional civilian).
For those of you who haven’t hear of G-Police before, here’s a sample of the gameplay by Vysethedetermined2 on Youtube:
So what are your thoughts on Sony trademarking G-Police? Let us know in the comments below.
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