Another casualty from the shutdown of GameSparks online services has appeared and this time it’s Neon Exile. The self-proclaimed ‘persistent open world VR MMO’ launched in 2019 but the team is unable to transition the backend infrastructure from GameSparks to a contemporary service and will remove it from Steam at the end of the month.
Sixteen years after its PlayStation Portable debut, Capcom has announced that online services for Mega Man Powered Up (known as RockMan RockMan in Asian territories) will be shutting down on November 30th. Like LittleBigPlanet and Super Mario Maker, the shutdown will mean the loss of thousands — if not tens or hundreds of thousands —
[UPDATE 10/12/22] The games were delisted but services remain online for now Electronic Arts recently revised their online services page with news that online features for DiRT 4 and DiRT Rally will be ending on October 3rd, 2022. The games will also be leaving the EA Play library on the same date. There’s no confirmation
Square Enix and the PlatinumGames team behind Babylon’s Fall announced this morning that the game would be removed from sale starting today and that online servers would be shut down in just over five months on February 27th, 2023. The game launched just six months ago on March 3rd to below average reception, seeing a dwindling
Milky Tea Studios announced recently that HyperBrawl Tournament from 2020 will be shut down and removed from sale in just a few weeks on September 30th. So far the announcement has only been made on two storefront pages for the game — PlayStation Store (EU) and Nintendo.com (NA) — but the change is expected to
Bluehole and KRAFTON have announced that the MMORPG Elyon will be shutting down across Europe and North America on December 7th after a little more than a year in operation. The news was posted on Wednesday, the same day that the game was removed from Steam and its real-money currency disabled. The team’s announcement follows:
Ascend: Hand of Kul was a unique Action RPG originally launched on Xbox 360 back in 2013 and then on Steam in 2014. Set in a world of gods and giants, the game’s scale is what initially stood out but its gameplay also offered a mix of single and multiplayer elements with player invasions and
Bandai NAMCO announced over this past week that the free-to-play PlayStation 4 and Xbox One MMO Action RPG, Bless Unleashed, will be shutting down on November 30th. Launched in 2020 in collaboration with NEOWIZ, the game apparently didn’t generate the player base or income they expected, handing off management of the PC version to Asian