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Studio album by bert
Recorded today

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bert
Live album
Genre qwerty
{{{Artist}}} chronology
bert
(2002)
prev
(2001)

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Single by me
from the album this
A-side "that"
B-side "the other"
Released 1990
Format Wax cyclider
me singles chronology
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"this"
(1990)
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a b c
Me2 singles chronology
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Archers[edit]

vgrev sandbox[edit]

Template:Video game reviews/sandbox

Testcase
Comparison
Aggregate scores
Aggregator Score
GameRankings 56.15%
Metacritic 57 out of 100
Review scores
Publication Score
CVG 6 out of 10
PSM3 4.8 out of 10
TeamXbox 7 out of 10
Test custome rev 57 out of 100
Awards
Publication Award
BAFTA PC Game of the Year (2000)
PC Zone Best PC Game of All Time

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Testcase
Comparison
Aggregate scores
Aggregator Score
GameRankings 56.15%
Metacritic 57 out of 100
Review scores
Publication Score
CVG 6 out of 10
PSM3 4.8 out of 10
TeamXbox 7 out of 10
Test custome rev 57 out of 100
Awards
Publication Award
BAFTA PC Game of the Year (2000)
PC Zone Best PC Game of All Time

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Developer(s) Nintendo EAD
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Director(s) Kiyoshi Mizuki
Producer(s) Hideki Konno
Composer(s) Hajime Wakai
Platform(s) Nintendo DS
Release
Genre(s) Pet-raising simulation
Mode(s)

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cat tree[edit]

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Magazines(39 C, 27 P, 1 F)

TABLE[edit]

Title 3DO Mega CD
/Sega CD
32X Saturn Windows Mac OS
Citizen X (cancelled)
Corpse Killer YesY
Double Switch
Ground Zero: Texas
INXS: Make My Video
Kids on Site
Kris Kross: Make My Video
Marky Mark: Make My Video
Maximum Surge (cancelled)
Night Trap YesY
Power Factory Featuring C+C Music Factory
Prize Fighter
Quarterback Attack with Mike Ditka
Sewer Shark
Slam City With Scottie Pippen YesY
Supreme Warrior YesY
What's My Story?

YesY indicates that there was also a later 32X version

Sony London[edit]

Games developed 1[edit]

Title Year Released Platform(s)
NBA Shootout '96 1995 PlayStation
NBA Shootout '97 1996 PlayStation
Porsche Challenge 1997 PlayStation
Blast Radius 1998 PlayStation
Spice World 1998 PlayStation
Rapid Racer 1997 PlayStation
This Is Football 1999 PlayStation
Kingsley's Adventure 1999 PlayStation
This Is Football 2 2000 PlayStation
Team Buddies 2000 PlayStation
This Is Football 2002 2001 PlayStation 2
This Is Football 2003 2002 PlayStation 2
Dropship: United Peace Force 2002 PlayStation 2
Hardware: Online Arena 2002 PlayStation 2
This Is Football 2004 2003 PlayStation 2
EyeToy: Play 2003 PlayStation 2
This Is Football 2005 2004 PlayStation 2
EyeToy: Groove 2004 PlayStation 2
SingStar 2004 PlayStation 2
The Getaway 2002 PlayStation 2
The Getaway: Black Monday 2004 PlayStation 2
SingStar Party 2004 PlayStation 2
EyeToy: Chat 2005 PlayStation 2
World Tour Soccer 2005 PlayStation Portable
SingStar Pop 2005 PlayStation 2
EyeToy: Play 2 2005 PlayStation 2
Fired Up 2005 PlayStation Portable
EyeToy: Play 3 2005 PlayStation 2
SingStar '80s 2005 PlayStation 2
EyeToy: Kinetic 2005 PlayStation 2
EyeToy: Operation Spy 2005 PlayStation 2
EyeToy: Kinetic Combat 2006 PlayStation 2
EyeToy: Play Sports 2006 PlayStation 2
SingStar Rocks! 2006 PlayStation 2
SingStar Anthems 2006 PlayStation 2
Gangs of London 2006 PlayStation Portable
SingStar Legends 2006 PlayStation 2
World Tour Soccer 2 2006 PlayStation Portable
SingStar Pop Hits 2007 PlayStation 2
SingStar 90s 2007 PlayStation 2
SingStar Amped 2007 PlayStation 2
SingStar Rock Ballads 2007 PlayStation 2
Aqua Vita 2007 PlayStation 3
SingStar R&B 2007 PlayStation 2
Beats 2007 PlayStation Portable
SingStar 2007 PlayStation 3
SingStar Summer Party 2008 PlayStation 2
SingStar Vol. 2 2008 PlayStation 3
SingStar ABBA 2008 PlayStation 2 & PlayStation 3
SingStar Vol. 3 2008 PlayStation 3
PlayStation Home 2008 PlayStation 3
SingStar Queen 2009 PlayStation 3
SingStar Pop Edition 2009 PlayStation 3
SingStar Motown 2009 PlayStation 3
Eyepet 2009 PlayStation 3 & PlayStation Portable
SingStar Take That 2009 PlayStation 3
SingStar Guitar 2010 PlayStation 3
SingStar Dance 2010 PlayStation 3
DanceStar Party 2011 PlayStation 3
EyePet & Friends 2011 PlayStation 3
DanceStar Party Hits 2012 PlayStation 3
Wonderbook 2012 PlayStation 3
Don 2: The Game[1] 2013 PlayStation 2 & PlayStation Portable
The Playroom 2013 PlayStation 4
SingStar: Ultimate Party[2] 2014 PlayStation 4 & PlayStation 3
Street Luge TBA Project Morpheus

Games developed 2[edit]

Title Year Released Platform(s)
NBA Shootout '97 1996 PlayStation
Porsche Challenge 1997 PlayStation
Rapid Racer 1997 PlayStation
Spice World 1998 PlayStation
This Is Football 1999 PlayStation
Team Buddies 2000 PlayStation
This Is Football 2 2000 PlayStation
This Is Football 2002 2001 PlayStation 2
This Is Football 2003 2002 PlayStation 2
Hardware: Online Arena 2002 PlayStation 2
This Is Football 2004 2003 PlayStation 2
EyeToy: Play 2003 PlayStation 2
This Is Football 2005 2004 PlayStation 2
EyeToy: Groove 2004 PlayStation 2
SingStar 2004 PlayStation 2
The Getaway: Black Monday 2004 PlayStation 2
SingStar Party 2004 PlayStation 2
EyeToy: Chat 2005 PlayStation 2
World Tour Soccer 2005 PlayStation Portable
SingStar Pop 2005 PlayStation 2
EyeToy: Play 2 2005 PlayStation 2
Fired Up 2005 PlayStation Portable
EyeToy: Play 3 2005 PlayStation 2
SingStar '80s 2005 PlayStation 2
EyeToy: Kinetic 2005 PlayStation 2
EyeToy: Operation Spy 2005 PlayStation 2
EyeToy: Kinetic Combat 2006 PlayStation 2
EyeToy: Play Sports 2006 PlayStation 2
SingStar Rocks! 2006 PlayStation 2
SingStar Anthems 2006 PlayStation 2
Gangs of London 2006 PlayStation Portable
SingStar Legends 2006 PlayStation 2
World Tour Soccer 2 2006 PlayStation Portable
SingStar Pop Hits 2007 PlayStation 2
SingStar 90s 2007 PlayStation 2
SingStar Amped 2007 PlayStation 2
SingStar Rock Ballads 2007 PlayStation 2
Aqua Vita 2007 PlayStation 3
SingStar R&B 2007 PlayStation 2
Beats 2007 PlayStation Portable
SingStar 2007 PlayStation 3
SingStar Summer Party 2008 PlayStation 2
SingStar Vol. 2 2008 PlayStation 3
SingStar ABBA 2008 PlayStation 2 & PlayStation 3
SingStar Vol. 3 2008 PlayStation 3
PlayStation Home 2008 PlayStation 3
SingStar Queen 2009 PlayStation 3
SingStar Pop Edition 2009 PlayStation 3
SingStar Motown 2009 PlayStation 3
Eyepet 2009 PlayStation 3 & PlayStation Portable
SingStar Take That 2009 PlayStation 3
SingStar Guitar 2010 PlayStation 3
SingStar Dance 2010 PlayStation 3
DanceStar Party 2011 PlayStation 3
EyePet & Friends 2011 PlayStation 3
DanceStar Party Hits 2012 PlayStation 3
Wonderbook 2012 PlayStation 3
Don 2: The Game[3] 2013 PlayStation 2 & PlayStation Portable
The Playroom 2013 PlayStation 4
SingStar: Ultimate Party[4] 2014 PlayStation 4 & PlayStation 3
Street Luge TBA Project Morpheus




EAEDGE[edit]

Electronic Arts petition for trademark cancellation[edit]

In September 2009, Electronic Arts petitioned the US Patent & Trademark Office to cancel four registrations associated with the mark “EDGE”. [5][6] Initially, only Edge Games was named as a defendant in the action, but Future Publishing was added as a co-defendant after raised an objection after EA and Edge had agreed a settlement.[7]The petition sought the cancellation of various 'EDGE' trademarks either on the grounds that they were originally obtained by fraud on the USPTO, or that they had been abandoned through non-use. It also alleged that EA owned common law rights in the mark "Mirror's Edge." EA's petition came after what it had described as continued threats of legal action by Edge Games with respect to the title of EA's 2008 game Mirror's Edge.[8][9] Langdell stated that Edge had not threatened EA with litigation and that the prior year had been spent negotiating an amicable settlement on the use of the trademark.[10] According to a report by gaming blog Kotaku, the USPTO database listed the trademark "Mirror's Edge" as "abandoned" as of September 8, 2009. An EA spokesman said the company had been unsuccessful in its attempt to resolve the dispute, which led to the filing of the petition on September 11, 2009.[11]

In June 2010, Edge Games filed a lawsuit against Electronic Arts over Mirror's Edge, which Langdell claimed he had done at the request of Future Publishing,[12] seeking damages and a court injunction against further infringement.[13] EA responded by counter-suing to cancel various "EDGE" trademarks co-owned by Edge and Future, but only naming Edge in the counter-suit. On October 1, 2010 the United States District Court for the Northern District of California rejected the request for a preliminary (i.e. immediate) injunction.[14] In the opinion section of his ruling Judge William Alsup stated that Langdell may have been deceiving the Patent and Trademark Office.

"Given the suspect nature of Dr. Langdell's representations to both the USPTO and the Court concerning plaintiff's current and future sales and business activities, it is an open question whether plaintiff's business activities legitimately extend beyond trolling various gaming-related industries for licensing opportunities."

Regarding the claim of Abandonment of the “EDGE” trademark, Judge Alsup continued, "EA also presents compelling evidence that there was no bona fide use of the "EDGE" mark in commerce by plaintiff, its licensees, or its predecessors in interest at all between 1989 and to at least 2003."[14]Regarding the claim of Fraud and Abandonment, Judge Alsup said the preliminary injunction record contained compelling evidence that the marks were fraudulently registered and/or abandoned by Edge, he then qualified his opinion noting that the matter was set for a jury trial and a “jury may ultimately find otherwise.”[14]

The court was also shown that Langdell had allegedly submitted a magazine cover which was noted to be very similar to Future Publishing's "Edge" U.K. magazine cover for the same month but was not the genuine Future cover;[15][16][16] A clause in the final judgment cancelled out these accusations stating there was no wrong doing by any party, ruling that Langdell was not guilty of fraud.[17]


On October 7, 2010, it was reported that a US judge was reviewing an agreement between the parties that "would strip Langdell of what the source referred to as his trademarks for "edge", "cutting edge", "the edge" and "gamer's edge", without any admission of wrongdoing on Langdell's part";[18] On October 11, 2010, it was reported that Langdell was to lose his trademarks.[19]

In filings at the USPTO, it was stated that lawsuit had ended in a settlement, involving the voluntary surrender of the trademark owned by Edge Games along with Future Publishing's interest in one of them.[20] The court case ended in a final judgment by Judge Alsup which cancelled out all the accusations against Langdell, stating there was no wrong doing by any party.[15]

In late 2010, EA tried to use the court judgement to compel the USPTO to cancel the "EDGE" marks, but Future Publishing intervened to stop the cancellations stating that as co-owner of the marks the court order was invalid because Future was not a party to the order.[7] After a further two years of discussion with the USPTO between EA, Future Publishing and Edge Games, the USPTO finally acted on the court order on April 17, 2013. An appeal to the Federal Circuit was filed, but voluntarily dismissed.[21]

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