Do any of you think Bloodborne looks freaking amazing but you can’t bring yourself to buy a PlayStation 4 just for one game? Believe me, I know. Well we might be in luck, some of us at least, because Sony accidentally leaked a PC version of something called “Bloodborne – Nightmare Version” on Amazon which sounds a lot like “Dark Souls – Prepare to Die Edition,” a PC version of a game from the same people that made Bloodborne.
What is something that Bloodborne and The Last Guardian have in common? I can tell you it’s not a release date, because Bloodborne is available from today and The Last Guardian is going to be released after about an eternity or two’s worth of time. Those couldn’t be any further apart. Well, what else is there? They are both Sony exclusives. They are both highly anticipated “spiritual” follow-ups to classic favorites, and finally, Sony can’t seem to keep its trademarks straight! Sony has let The Last Guardian’s expire twice, and now, on the day of Bloodborne’s release, Sony has let that one slip through its fingers as well. It seems that Sony forgot to follow up with U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, proving that the four patents on its unreleased games are still being put to tangible use. Funny, because the hammer came down just hours before Bloodborne hits the market! The other games that have lost their trademark are Kill Strain, Guns Up, and No Heroes Allowed: No Puzzles Either.