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Sony Trademarks “VRPG” In Japan: Could it Be a Virtual Reality RPG?

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GribbleGrunger said:
Sheeshur said:
Virtual Reality Porn Game. Calling it now

That's your first post? Bravo and welcome.



 

Long time lurker..

I decided this would be a good first post :)



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Nem said:
I can see people already imagining Sword art online and getting disappointed after it actually comes out.

I have been prepared for the disappointment for a long time now.



Interesting! ^^



Sheeshur said:

 

Long time lurker..

I decided this would be a good first post :)

You knew what this forum was like ans still joined? Bravo.





 

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It would be Virtual Reality PG. PG stands for Power Glove.



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Don't copy random editorials.

I seriously doubt you can patent a genre.

In the UK for instance

You can’t patent:

-literary, dramatic, musical or artistic works
-a way of doing business, playing a game or thinking
-a method of medical treatment or diagnosis
-a discovery, scientific theory or mathematical method
-new types of plants, seeds or animals
-the way information is presented
-some computer programs

 

It will be a trademark for a peripheral probably.



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GribbleGrunger said:
Sheeshur said:

 

Long time lurker..

I decided this would be a good first post :)

You knew what this forum was like ans still joined? Bravo.

You make it sound like there are better forums out there lol





kowenicki said:

I seriously doubt you can patent a genre.

In the UK for instance

You can’t patent:

-literary, dramatic, musical or artistic works
-a way of doing business, playing a game or thinking
-a method of medical treatment or diagnosis
-a discovery, scientific theory or mathematical method
-new types of plants, seeds or animals
-the way information is presented
-some computer programs

 

It will be a trademark for a peripheral probably.

 

A trademark isn't the same as a patent right? I guess you could trademark the term VRPG, but you can't hinder others in making what would be de facto VRPGs, they just can't call them VRPGs. Does that make any sense?



Teeqoz said:
kowenicki said:

I seriously doubt you can patent a genre.

In the UK for instance

You can’t patent:

-literary, dramatic, musical or artistic works
-a way of doing business, playing a game or thinking
-a method of medical treatment or diagnosis
-a discovery, scientific theory or mathematical method
-new types of plants, seeds or animals
-the way information is presented
-some computer programs

 

It will be a trademark for a peripheral probably.

 

A trademark isn't the same as a patent right? I guess you could trademark the term VRPG, but you can't hinder others in making what would be de facto VRPGs, they just can't call them VRPGs. Does that make any sense?

It isnt the same, but I doubt you could trademark that either.

Its clearly the PG that is the part under consideration anyway.  Sony VR is called Sony VR.  PG is the addition.

Otherwise it would be Sony VRRPG wouldn't it?

 





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