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BurgerTime World Tour discounted ahead of delisting on April 30

Publisher MonkeyPaw Games is hosting a last-chance sale on BurgerTime: World Tour this month, discounting the game to just $5 before it disappears from digital storefronts forever on April 30. Starting today, amateur burger chefs can pick up the Xbox Live Arcade, PlayStation Network, and WiiWare...

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Indie dev Radiangames faces multiplatform delisting over trademark dispute

Indie developer Radiangames (Powerpuff Girls: Defenders of Townsville) has been forced to remove one of its games from multiple online storefronts in the wake of a recent trademark dispute from an online games publisher. The disputed title is Crossfire, a retro-styled shoot-'em-up originally...

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Majesco cooking up stock split to avoid delisting

Majesco will once again appeal its Nasdaq stock delisting expected next week and seek a reverse stock split to regain compliance. The Cooking Mama and former Zumba publisher has been out of compliance with the stock exchange since March 1, 2013, which requires a $1 minimum share price. The...

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Zombie Driver HD publisher bankruptcy causes PSN Japan, XBLA delisting

Add the Exor Studios-developed Zombie Driver HD to the growing list of delisted downloadable titles. According to the developer, the XBLA and PSN Japan versions of Zombie Driver will soon be taken down due to the bankruptcy of its publisher Cyberfront Corporation. "We are currently working on...

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Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3 delisted from Xbox Live

Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 has officially disappeared from Xbox Live. The news doesn't come as a surprise, given that the final date to purchase DLC on the platform announced by Capcom is today. The game is still available on PSN for Vita, along with its collection of DLC, but there's no...

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Konami requests Skullgirls takedown from XBLA, PSN

Following Skullgirls publisher Autumn Games' announced plans to knock out their business deal with Konami, Konami has requested the removal of Skullgirls from the PlayStation Network by December 17 and from Xbox Live Arcade by December 31. After likening the move to Final Fantasy 6's Magic Master...

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Yoshi's Cookie being yanked from Wii's Virtual Console this week

Nintendo's 1993 NES puzzler Yoshi's Cookie will be delisted from the Wii's Virtual Console service on October 18, after which it will no longer be available for purchase or redownload. Though it stars Nintendo's franchise characters, Yoshi's Cookie was developed by Bullet Proof Software, the...

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Majesco receives another Nasdaq delisting notice

Majesco is once again out of compliance with the Nasdaq stock exchange for having a stock price under $1 for over 30 days. The company now has 180 days (about six months) to raise its common stock to at least $1 for ten consecutive business days. The publisher's shares took a dive in January when...

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Majesco stock closes day at under $1

Majesco closed the trading day at $0.75/share, down 29 percent from yesterday. The publisher now has 30 days to bring its stock price above a dollar before it receives a delisting notice from the NASDAQ stock exchange. Stocks valued at under a dollar are against the NASDAQ rules. The Cooking Mama...

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THQ retains NASDAQ listing as board approves reverse stock split

THQ will keep its NASDAQ listing following the approval of a reverse stock split by its controlling board. Last week, stockholders met and approved a 10-to-one reverse stock split, effectively consolidating THQ's nearly 70 million stock units to around 7 million, and bringing their value from...

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