Every month, we run an article listing all of the titles that have been delisted from the Xbox Marketplace over the previous few weeks. With 20 delists, this month's article
was, quite frankly, a bit depressing, but we now have some better news for you. If you're one of the few people who haven't played Avatar: The Last Airbender: The Burning Earth
for the story and gameplay
five minute 1000GS boost, and you're struggling to find a copy of the game on disc, worry no more. The game has reappeared for sale on the Xbox Marketplace.
The title was previously published by THQ. Since the publisher's demise, the rights to the game were picked up by Nordic Games, who has since renamed themselves THQ Nordic. They recently promised to revive 16 Nickelodeon properties
, including Avatar
, and this is likely the first step towards this. It's unknown whether this is a permanent addition to the Marketplace or not, so if you're wanting to pick this title up, we suggest you don't wait too long before doing so. The game is priced at US$19.99/£14.99/€19,99 and can be purchased using the button below.Purchase Avatar: The Last Airbender: The Burning Earth from the Microsoft Store