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by Matthew Squaire 0
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No Joke Needed

Overkill’s The Walking Dead Is… Dead

Last week, Sony began issuing refunds for Overkill’s The Walking Dead as it was said to have been cancelled. Then, in a swift public announcement (via a quick and detail-free tweet) from the game’s publisher, 505 Games, they said the game is not cancelled, just ‘purely postponed’. However, the IP holder of “The Walking Dead”, Skybound Entertainment, has now said that they’ve cancelled their contract with Starbreeze Studios and so the game is officially… dead. (sorry)

by Jason Love 0
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Are we sure they're actually gone? Maybe they just put on the One Ring...

Two LEGO Lord of the Rings Games Delisted from Digital Marketplaces

Happy 2019 everyone! Hope folks enjoyed their holidays and are ready for another exciting year in gaming. Let's kick things off with some joy- oh... well, err... ok, some not happy news. It appears that LEGO: The Lord of the Rings and LEGO: The Hobbit have both been removed from digital stores on PC, Xbox, and PlayStation. No more digital hobbitses...

by Jason Love 0
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That's Mahvel, baybee

Marvel Ultimate Alliance 1 and 2 Both Delisted From Digital Platforms

It appears Activision's license with the Marvel franchise has expired, as their recent reissues of the popular action-RPGs, Marvel Ultimate Alliance and Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2, have been pulled from Steam, the PlayStation Store and the Microsoft Store. The good news is that if you bought them from any of those sources prior to today, you should still have access to them.

by Jason Love 0
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Servers getting shut down in the new year

Enjoy HAWKEN On PC While You Can

In a forum post yesterday, Hawken Entertainment announced that their cooperative, free-to-play mech shooter, HAWKEN, will officially be shutdown and removed from Steam early next year. All DLC and purchasable content has been removed from the Steam store, though you can still play the game and enjoy any content you may have previously purchased until January 2, 2018.

by Jason Love 0
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It wasn't THAT bad

TMNT: Mutants in Manhattan Delisted From Digital Service Platforms

Modern games have a somewhat natural life-cycle where they initially emerge, sink back down, float back up for a sale, and repeat thanks to digital marketplaces. The boxed copies of a title will usually shuffle about in retail for a good year or so after initial release, but it's the digital side of things that tends to keep a title going. As of today, the digital life for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan is at an end.

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