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Monday, 17 October 2011 08:45

Prison Kings to be trademarked

Written by David Stellmack



EA developing a game around prison life?


Trademark applications were filed by Electronic Arts for a new online computer game and downloadable computer game that is apparently to be called Prison Kings. Unless EA is planning to launch some new business model that we have not seen before having to do with prison life, we think it is likely that they are looking at the development of some sort of prison life title.

While there has been no official confirmation on what EA might be up to, the rumor mill is running rampant with a number of possible ideas to consider for development. As has been pointed out by other outlets, we can’t think that any type of title that glorifies the prison life style is a good thing. Then again, people have said that a lot of titles over the years should not be developed. We will just have to wait and see where this leads for EA.


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