Microsoft to remove Xbox Live games

Zooropa

VIP Member
VIP Member
Joined
Jul 5, 2001
Messages
13,085
Reaction score
354
Location
Devon
Microsoft has announced plans to remove less popular games from its Xbox Live Arcade service as part of a revamp.

The firm's Marc Whitten revealed that it will be "delisting older underperforming titles in order to keep the service focused on a section of high quality games".

He also told Next-Gen that Microsoft will launch a new 1600 point Microsoft price tier for higher specification titles, as well as increasing the file size limit to 350MB.

Describing the revamp, Whitten said Microsoft will "be putting our money where our mouth is here and are launching a new fully-funded first party studio which will be focused on high quality digital content creation".

He added that the moves form "a series of new policies along with a new internal approach and investment in the Xbox Live Arcade business going forward".
 

guti14

Inactive User
Joined
Apr 24, 2008
Messages
22
Reaction score
1
Does this mean that any of the older titles that you have already got will no longer be playable?
 

Zooropa

VIP Member
VIP Member
Joined
Jul 5, 2001
Messages
13,085
Reaction score
354
Location
Devon
I think it means that if you have downloaded the games u r ok,but once they have removed them no-one else will be able too
 
TEST
Top