Skullgirls to be delisted from Xbox Live and PSN
Popular indie brawler Skullgirls is to be delisted from Xbox Live and PSN this month according to the latest reports.
Konami has requested that the game be removed from sale on both Sony and Microsoft's console download services after the game's developer Autumn Games severed ties with them last month.
The game is due to disappear from PSN on December the 17th and Xbox Live on December 31st so if you haven't had a chance to pick it up yet you should do it now.
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