On February 01, 2017, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) issued an official notification. They were suspending further activity on Nintendo’s trademark application for Super Mario Odyssey. There appear to be a few problems with the trademark since it’s conflicting with an earlier filed application for Super Mario Run. This falls under a comparable recording. It’s profoundly far-fetched that this circumstance will bring about any deferrals for the Nintendo Switch title. Be that as it may, it’s at last down to Nintendo to get this Trademark sorted to guarantee no hiccups before discharge of Super Mario Odyssey.
Super Mario Odyssey trademark application suspended by United States Patent and Trademark Office
This is nothing strange honestly. Besides, it will probably have no effect on the development of the game. One could think however that USPTO’s framework could require some modernization. For us, this appears to be something that could be effectively avoidable with a group record of sorts. This is the place a vast multinational organization can enroll its completely possessed assets. So patent lawyers won’t need to as a result of conventions that issue suspensions.
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Source: Neo GAF