After the release of elden ringFromSoftware on top of the world. He said that, while elden ring As an introduction to the Japanese studio may be to some, it’s a far cry from the first rodeos. For a while, she’s been making and releasing great toys, including the likes demon soulsThe Evil spirits series, blood borneAnd the Sekiro: Shadows die twice. Its history goes beyond its recent successes, and it has not always had one hit after another. For example, in 2009, with the help of Microsoft Studios as a publisher, it was released ninja blade, An action game released across Xbox 360 and PC to 68 and 61 pretty average on Metacritic, with scores varying depending on the platform. It wasn’t a very good game, but that doesn’t explain why it was suddenly removed from sale on Steam.
At the time of writing this article, the game can no longer be purchased on the PC digital storefront, and it is not clear why. There was no statement from FromSoftware on the matter, and all Steam notes are that the game has been removed from sale “at the request of the publisher”.
Usually, when a game is removed from sale, it is due to a legal dispute between the developer and the publisher or due to licensing issues. None of those usual suspects should be playing here. And the game is a single player game, so that has nothing to do with servers either. It’s random and doesn’t make any sense, but for now, that’s all we know. We know the game has been removed from sale on Steam, but we don’t know why.
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