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'Pokémon Tretta' Trademarked by Nintendo

by Alex Culafi - March 22, 2012, 8:33 pm EDT
Total comments: 6 Source: http://pokemonfigure.blogspot.in/2012/03/new-trade...

...and no one has any idea what it means.

The name "Pokémon Tretta" has been trademarked by Nintendo, GameFreak, and Creatures.

The trademark itself (number T2012-14319) has not been given meaning yet, though a logo was included with the trademark. In Japan, the word "tretta" usually refers to something bookshelf or bicycle related, but with an English logo being given alongside a Japanese one, whatever the trademark refers to will likely come to the west in some form.

Talkback

TJ SpykeMarch 22, 2012

Maybe like a new Pokemon Typing game? Still surprised Nintendo never brought that over here.

NinSageMarch 22, 2012

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'Pokémon Tretta' Trademarked by Nintendo
...and no one has any idea what it means.

laugh #1

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In Japan, the word "tretta" usually refers to something bookshelf or bicycle related,

laugh #2
... I mean, how related are bookshelves to bicycles?!

TJ SpykeMarch 23, 2012

Maybe it's like how some words in English can have different, unrelated meanings?

BlkPaladinMarch 23, 2012

The last time Pokemon was attached to a strange word it ended up being a puzzle title. (It also began with a T and with my poor spelling I'm not going to even attempt to...)

TJ SpykeMarch 23, 2012

Trozei. It got good reviews, though I never played it.

CericMarch 23, 2012

When I read that title I immediately thought Fishing for some reason.

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