Square Enix registers a new trademark
Ikuzo    2004-07-12, 12:35 pm.

According to United States Patent and Trademark Office website, Square Enix have registered a new trademark, "Radiata Stories", on 30th June. While the trademark was registered in the United States, Japan Patent Office database returned no results from their trademark database.

The word "Radiata" is a fairly hard and broad subject to grasp (maybe not). A dictionary definition explains that "Radiata" is an extensive artificial group of invertebrates (Animals without spinal column) that was formerly natural and was considered one of the grand divisions of the animal kingdom. ...Right, who takes biology? Maybe it simply means "Radiate", pointing to the direction of "spreading for new habitat". Without no further details than its title, one can only imagine many possible outcomes, but it would be safe to say that this is probably an RPG title.

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