Need two, The latest game from an outspoken and controversial developer Joseph Fares, Hit by trademark claims Take two.
Because large companies with countless developers are currently not unpopular enough among gamers (look at you, Activision Blizzard), it was discovered that Take-Two had obtained a copyright claim before the game was launched earlier this year.
It Takes Two is the latest game from developer Hazelight — the most famous is Brothers: A Story of Two Sons and a Way Out — because of its name, it aroused the outrage of Take-Two’s notorious legal team. Therefore, Hazelight had to give up the trademark of its name (thanks to Eurogamer). In terms of its value, Take-Two is very central in its copyright strike. It is also known for making claims against property with “rock star”, “social club”, “mafia” or “civilized” in its name. Grace. According to Richard Hoeg, a video game industry lawyer in the virtual legality podcast, Take Two has posed 25 challenges in the past three months.
In a statement to Eurogamer last week, a Hazelight spokesperson stated that the studio “cannot comment on the ongoing dispute,” but the team “hopes it can be resolved.”
“Need Two People” scored very high at the time of its release and received high scores from many media. We also got an admirable 5/5. Our Tom Orry called it “the most exciting video game I have ever played.” One of the pleasant surprises”.
Before that, Fares said that if you are bored with “needing two people” before the launch, he will give you $1,000.
Of course, Fares is no stranger to making bold, bold statements. Going back to the 2017 Game Awards, he said “Fuck the Oscar” and then explained that he was not taking cocaine as some people thought.