Wii Fit U? Wii Sports U? Wii Music U? U Betcha!

Nintendo has trademarked a whole host of Wii U titles. Most are fairly obvious, such as “Wii Party U”, but with one glaring miss: Nintendo trademarked “Mii U” and not “Wii Mii U”. Oh no, quick Nintendo, quick!

Here is the full list, courtesy of website Siliconera:

Wii U + logo
Mii U
Wii Fit U
Wii Sports U
Wii Music U
Wii Party U
Wii Play U
WiiWare U
Wii Balance Board U
Balance Wii Board U
Wii Wheel U
Wii Zapper U
Wii U Fit
Wii U Music
Wii U Party
Wii U Sports
Wii U Play
Wii U Ware
Wii U Balance Board
Balance Wii U Board
Wii U Wheel
Wii U Zapper
Wii Speak U
Wii U Speak
Shield Pose

This isn’t confirmation that Nintendo is making, say, Wii Party U. However, the trademarks are so obvious, it would be more surprising if there wasn’t a game called Wii U Sports.

Many of these trademarks are protective squatting to prevent other companies from taking them.

The one trademark that sticks out is “Shield Pose”. That is the name of a demo Nintendo showed at this year’s E3 gaming expo in Los Angeles.

A Gallery Of Wii U Trademarks Filed By Nintendo [Siliconera]

Top photo: Kevork Djansezian/Getty

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