Nintendo has grabbed another trademark for use in Japan. This time around they've secured a trademark for the name Pilotwings. This trademark applies to just video games, but no details on what it will be used for were shared.
Once again, for those who are unfamiliar with MSU1...
MSU1, also named "Media Streaming Unit revision 1", is a homemade enhancement chip made by byuu for the SNES. It allows the SNES to have 4 GB of storage space and CD quality Stereo Audio.
Thanks to Goncalo for the heads up!
Factor 5's Pilotwings reboot was an open world game developed exclusively for the Nintendo Wii. The project originated on the Nintendo GameCube, but was eventually pushed onto the wii. Factor 5 experimented with with a kind of head tracking glasses that effected what was displayed in relation to the player's position, giving the illusion of real depth within the display. The game started out with a more serious tone, but gradually became more casual like past Pilotwings games. Factor 5 later made the project its own IP, and developed it under the title Wii Flight, Wii Fly, and ultimately WeFly.