Take-Two Files “Bully Bullworth Academy: Canis Canem Edit” Trademark In Europe

A new Bully-related application with the European Union trademark and designs office has kicked off a fresh round of speculation on the possibility that we might finally get a sequel to Rockstar’s classic 2005 open-world game.

The new Ohim trademark application — which was filed by Take-Two Interactive on November 20, 2013 — covers the name Bully Bullworth Academy: Canis Canem Edit for use in “video game programs” and just over two dozen other entertainment and marketing products. An interesting feature of the application is that it also includes a “graphic representation” of the mark, which appears to be the school crest from Bully.

Further linking the Bully Bullworth Academy: Canis Canem Edit trademark to the original game is the name itself. Bullworth Academy is of course the name of the boarding school that Jimmy is dropped off at, and Canis Canem Edit (which is Latin for “dog eat dog”) is the original
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