Bandai NAMCO announced on Twitter yesterday that some multiplayer features in their 2020 release of One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows will be shutting down across all platforms on February 28th, 2022. The tweet reiterates that all offline modes, and even the 1-on-1 versus mode, will remain available on Steam, PlayStation 4, and Xbox
How do you celebrate the near-one-year anniversary of a flagship title for your platform from one of the industry’s celebrated creators? Remove it from sale of course. Ok, it’s not nearly that extreme. Shortly after announcing Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 on July 1st, Sony removed the PlayStation Store
Waiting until nearly the last possible moment before the July 2nd deadline, Sony has finally updated their Important Notice pages today (EU, NA) with the final verdict on PlayStation Portable content. Although many feared the worst — that PSP games, DLC, demos, and themes would disappear completely — it looks like the majority will continue
Square Enix would like you to take a cue from Drake and forget about their Final Fantasy releases from 2015 on Steam and please look forward to the Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster series coming later this year. Pages for both Final Fantasy V and Final Fantasy VI on Steam now carry the disclaimer “This game
Cryptic Studios’ Steve Ricossa announced the unexpected end for Magic: Legends today which launched in open beta just months ago in March. The free-to-play Action RPG remains available on publisher Perfect World’s Arc client as well as through the Epic Games Store but plans for PlayStation, Xbox, and Steam releases have been cancelled. The real-money
As we get ever closer to a day when the doors shut for good on the PlayStation Store for Sony’s legacy consoles, we’re thinking more and more about the content that will be lost. Beyond the games themselves there’s DLC and add-ons, Themes, Avatars, and the rare soundtrack release. We’ve even seen folks express interest
We’ve got another update from the Japanese Nintendo 3DS this month. This time it’s a handful of DSiWare releases from G-STYLE that will be leaving the eShop on June 30th. Like the last few rounds of these Japanese 3DS delistings, there’s been no confirmation if the European and North American releases will also be delisted.
I happened to check The Sinking City’s SteamDB page today and was surprised to see that the game just returned to sale on the platform once again. It looks like the game also popped back online briefly on June 18th before disappearing later the same day. Earlier in the year, Frogwares updated their post from
One-week reminder that Sony is retiring the unclarified “commerce functionality” for the PlayStation Portable come July 2nd. It’s still uncertain exactly what that means but it’s a good time to reiterate that the digital exclusives below will only become harder to get as time goes on. For the time being, the titles can still be
Want some classic Electronic Arts titles DRM-free? Grab Ultima Underworld 1+2, Syndicate Plus, and Syndicate Wars from GOG.com this weekend because the trio of titles is being delisted from the service on Monday, June 28th at 1pm UTC. GOG made the announcement earlier today on their General Discussion forums, noting as usual that anyone who
Players still knocking around in the multiplayer modes of Insomniac Games’ 2013 shooter, Fuse, suddenly found themselves cut off at the beginning of June. Two weeks, and many forum posts later, an EA Community Manager finally responded, revealing that the shutdown was planned for June 1st but was never communicated to players or the public.
Quick heads up on another Teyon delisting, this time for Governor of Poker on the Japanese Nintendo 3DS which will be leaving the eShop on June 23rd 10:00 JST. It looks like the European and North American releases, also published by Teyon, were delisted in the last few days with no advance notice. As Teyon