What Is Square Enix’s “President’s Day”?

By Ishaan . March 12, 2013 . 11:00am

Square Enix Europe have filed a trademark for something titled “President’s Day” in Europe, Siliconera has discovered.


What could this be for? We’re guessing it’s a subtitle for an Eidos game. In the U.S., “Presidents’ Day” is a alternate term referring to former president George Washington’s birthday. Whether or not it’s being used in the same context here is unknown.


(Maybe it’s for Legacy of Kain: President’s Day, a reboot of the series where Kain and Raziel stand for election as president of Nozgoth.)


Other trademarks Square Enix Europe have filed in Europe lately include Hitman: International Contract Agency and Hitman: ICA. Meanwhile, Square Enix Japan filed a trademark for Guns & Souls.


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