Rockstar, Take-Two file trademark for Judas game

Judas betrayed Jesus with a kiss for 30 pieces of silver. Now Judas is betrayed by a trademark filing.


We all love speculation, so let's give you this little bit of fodder and let your imaginations run wild. Rockstar and Take-Two have filed a two trademark applications for Judas. 

The applications, in the online games and digital materials categories, were filed last week. According to NeoGAF,  a similar trademark request was filed a week earlier in Europe. The domain has also been registered

Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick has already said that the company would be at E3 "in a big way," but did not go into any details. The company has a May 18 conference call with investors where something could be hinted at. In previous investor calls, Take-Two has said it had a new IP and several unannounced titles in the works. but whatever this is, it is likely the company will wait until the show - or just before - to give out any details. 

So what is it? A Last Supper simulator? A Judas Priest music maker? Maybe we'll get a teaser ...

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