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why are the arcade tmnt games gone?

#1IamAlegend2005Posted 2/13/2013 4:38:35 PM
i want to redownload them since they been deleted by accident from one of my friends >_> anyway to get them back?
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#2The DevourerPosted 2/13/2013 4:54:08 PM
Did you check your download history?
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#3TheArcadePosted 2/13/2013 5:01:12 PM
Try your DL history.
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#4WiiLover94Posted 2/13/2013 9:08:21 PM
I think Microsoft had to take down the TMNT games down because Ubisoft lost the rights to Nickelodeon.
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#5NightTerrorX99Posted 2/13/2013 9:18:07 PM
WiiLover94 posted...
I think Microsoft had to take down the TMNT games down because Ubisoft lost the rights to Nickelodeon.


So no Turtles In Time?
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#6josh924Posted 2/13/2013 9:21:55 PM
Assuming that you don't have delisted games in your download history, couldn't you still download them if you get individual invites to play each of them? It should work in theory anyways, right?
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#7WinternovaPosted 2/13/2013 9:24:30 PM
WiiLover94 posted...
I think Microsoft had to take down the TMNT games down because Ubisoft lost the rights to Nickelodeon.


http://www.technobuffalo.com/2013/02/08/activision-grabs-teenage-mutant-ninja-turtle-video-game-license/

Ubisoft lost the games license to Activision.
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#8josh924Posted 2/13/2013 9:30:34 PM
Speaking of delisted games, I'm remembering a good question that someone brought up a while back; how come there's never a "delisting sale" for games being delisted? If not a special delisting sale, MS or the developers and/or publishers of those soon-to-be-delisted games could at least warn us. You know, like "Have you been thinking about getting Turtles in Time? Well, now's the time to get it before its delisted at this time next week".
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#9cup_a_soupPosted 2/14/2013 1:27:11 AM
josh924 posted...
Speaking of delisted games, I'm remembering a good question that someone brought up a while back; how come there's never a "delisting sale" for games being delisted? If not a special delisting sale, MS or the developers and/or publishers of those soon-to-be-delisted games could at least warn us. You know, like "Have you been thinking about getting Turtles in Time? Well, now's the time to get it before its delisted at this time next week".


Because once a company loses the rights to something, they have to be delisted immediately, since they are no longer allowed to make money off of it.
#10josh924Posted 2/14/2013 1:49:30 AM
Yeah, that makes sense, but if there's an expiration date for the license, then there's also the possibility of warning people of an impending delisting.
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