March 2018 Delistings: Little Orbit Titles, Dragon Ball Z and More

By Rebecca Smith, 5 months ago
It's that time of the month again and, unfortunately, this article has to make another appearance. This month's check has turned up four Xbox One titles, seven XBLA titles, and nine Games on Demand that have been removed from the Store.

We'll begin with the Xbox One titles. You will no longer be able to purchase the full title from the digital store, but if you have already purchased it, it should still be listed in your download history for you to download from there. Those marked with * were also released on disc. If you missed out on these and still want to play them, you'll need to find a disc copy going forward.

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We have seven delisted XBLA titles. You will no longer be able to purchase the full title, but if you have already purchased it, it should still be listed in your download history for you to download from there. Those games marked with ** have DLC that can still be purchased at the time of writing, so don't leave it too much longer if you want this content.

Finally, in terms of Games on Demand, two titles have been removed from the European Store. These titles were not available to download in North America before their removal. Of course, both of the games on the list below were also released on disc. If you missed out on these and still want to play them, you'll need to find a disc copy going forward.

We'll be back in May with the next round of delists, if there are any. However, if we get advance warning of any future delists, we'll be sure to let you know before they happen. Don't forget that with the release of Earthlock this month, Earthlock: Festival of Magic will be delisted from the Microsoft Store. Be sure to purchase the first version of the game before April 11th if you have any wish to stack the achievements and Gamerscore.
Rebecca Smith
Written by Rebecca Smith
Rebecca is the Newshound Manager at TrueGaming Network. She has been contributing articles since 2010, especially those that involve intimidatingly long lists. When not writing news, she works in an independent game shop so that she can spend all day talking about games too. She'll occasionally go outside.