During Microsoft’s Xbox Anniversary festivities this week the company announced that 70+ Xbox 360 and original Xbox titles were added to backward compatibility on Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One. EA’s Skate was one series that Microsoft called out specifically, stating that “the entire Skate franchise is now complete with the addition of Skate 2”.
[UPDATE 11/15/21] All I had to do was catch up on posting some news for Rockstar to get their updated PC release back on their Games Launcher. @RockstarSupport announced the game’s return on the evening of November 14th: Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition is again available through the Rockstar Games Launcher
NetEase announced back on October 13th that Ride Out Heroes! will be shutting down on PC, Android, and iOS on December 15th, 2021. Downloads of the game and purchases of in-game items were disabled on the same day as the announcement. The team’s full statement follows: Thank you for the tremendous support you’ve given Ride
Konami has announced that the previous iteration of its eFootball series, eFootball PES 2021 SEASON UPDATE, will be removed from sale on Steam on December 9th. In-game purchases end on the same day while online services will be shut down some time in the future. Konami’s full announcement follows: This is a notice to inform
Capcom announced on November 8th that several of their older Steam releases are experiencing issues during installation thanks to the old Games For Windows LIVE framework. “We are temporarily disabling the purchase option on Steam while we investigate the matter further,” Capcom said in a post on several of the games’ Steam store pages. The
Bandai NAMCO announced early this morning that Jump Force will be removed from sale on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Steam on February 7th, 2022. Online services will then shut down on August 24th except for the Premium Shop which will be closed on August 1st. Our sincere thanks goes out to all
While it won’t result in a relisting of the original version of The Tomorrow Children, it’s still exciting and gratifying to hear that Q-Games has acquired the rights to the franchise from Sony and will be launching a new title in the future. The peculiar social experiment/free-to-play survival game launched in 2016 exclusively on PlayStation