Apr 23, 2016 10:33 AM EDT

‘Pokémon Sun and Moon Affirmed Registered Japanese Trademarks, Set To Appear In Nintendo To Gain Profits And Epic Sales?

Pokemon has been known to dominate not only the big screens but even the gaming arena as well. Pokémon Sun and Moon which are registered Japanese trademarks are forecast to appear in Nintendo to raise revenues, profits and achieve epic sales.

In a post from Movie Pilot, "With each and every Pokémon game that is announced, comes a whole lot of speculation over what new monsters will make their debut, and the latest release of Pokémon Sun and Moon is no exception."

Other pertinent information regarding the contemporary iterations wherein Nintendo formally announced way back in February remained under wraps, but it has been speculated that 10 new and mysterious Pokémon will be added expanding roster.

Meanwhile, While having a quick flick through recently registered trademarks in Japan, Pokémon's developer, Game Freak: Solgaleo and Lunaala, which tie in pretty perfectly with the 'Sun and Moon' theme have been noted to add new entries, according to the same post.

Moreover, additional data from Pokémon news website Serebii gave clarity that the trademarks and the listing were not forwarded by Game Freak at all, but Yusuke Inui, who is an IP lawyer in Japan made the move.

It remains uncertain on whether Pokémon Sun and Moon, which are affirmed and known registered Japanese trademarks will add more listing to Nintendo, but if it is confirmed and rendered to be true, the business entity and its developers and collaborators can surely expect to enjoy an influx of sales and higher profits.

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