Alright, Sega. What are you up to? Trademarking old and occasionally obscure Dreamcast titles in anticipation of the ten year anniversary of the console's North American launch is starting to make us antsy.
We're well aware of your interest in rehashing classic Sega Master System and Genesis titles, but we never thought you'd actually get around to capitalizing on the Dreamcast library. Sure, brand new trademarks for Rez make sense, but 18 Wheeler: American Pro Trucker? You can't possibly be planning on providing us with a sequel to that right?
If you're going to keep re-upping trademark claims on titles like Cosmic Smash alongside non-blockbusters like ChuChu Rocket, Virtual On: Oratorio Tangram, Sonic Shuffle, and Jet Grind Radio we're just going to keep becoming more suspicious about your intentions.
I wonder if those rumors we'd heard about a slate of Dreamcast titles coming to PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade are true. Seems like the only place one could sell a copy of 18 Wheeler: American Pro Trucker these days. Or maybe calling the iPhone the new Dreamcast was a heavily loaded hint.
Or perhaps it's all nothing...