Konami Renews Trademark For Axelay, A top SNES Shoot ‘Em Up Game (www.retronews.com)
from ktec@lemmy.zip to retrogaming@lemmy.world on 27 Jun 08:24

Konami, a well-known developer and publisher in the gaming industry, has recently renewed their trademark for Axelay, a highly regarded shoot 'em up game originally released for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) in 1992. Axelay, developed by future Treasure members, is celebrated for showcasing the SNES’s power with impressive visuals and arcade-like sound.

This trademark renewal suggests that Konami might have plans to re-release Axelay or create new content related to the game in the future. Axelay is known for its fast-paced gameplay and challenging levels, which has made it a beloved title among fans of the shoot 'em up genre.

What do you think this renewed trademark means for Axelay? Is there potential for a new game or re-release in the near future?


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sorghum@sh.itjust.works on 27 Jun 08:56 next collapse

Just give us Gradius VI already!

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jodanlime@midwest.social on 27 Jun 12:44 next collapse

Sounds like they need a new pachinko machine

samus12345@lemmy.world on 27 Jun 22:25 next collapse

“Arms installation is complete. Good luck.”

SleepyWheel@sh.itjust.works on 29 Jun 06:50 collapse

Eh call me when they make a new Gun Nac