Xbox Is Removing Legacy 360 Games From Marketplace Starting on February 7th

Including Blue Dragon, Dark Souls, Jet Set Radio, Mass Effect 2, Peggle 2, Star Wars KOTOR 2, The Witcher 2, and more

Xbox’s digital storefront is about to get a little lighter as Microsoft has announced that starting in February, it will be removing approximately 44 Xbox titles from the 360 marketplace, according to an update on its support website first spotted by Wario64.

Notable Xbox 360 titles leaving the legacy storefront include Blue Dragon, Jet Set Radio, Lost Odyssey, LIMBO, Mass Effect 2, Peggle 2, The Witcher 2, and much more. For those worried about their favourite game getting delisted, if you already own the game then you can still redownload (wouldn’t hurt to download it anyway, just in case) but if you missed out on buying any of the games listed down below then you have until February 7th to pick up the game before Microsoft starts going into full delisting mode.

  • Aegis Wing (Free right now)
  • Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood
  • Assassin’s Creed III
  • Assassin’s Creed IV
  • Assassin’s Creed Liberation HD
  • Blood of the Werewolf
  • Blue Dragon
  • Breakdown
  • Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare
  • Call of Duty: Ghosts
  • Castle Crashers
  • Cloning Clyde
  • Counter-Strike: GO
  • Dark Souls
  • Darksiders II
  • Defense Grid
  • Eets: Chowdown
  • Far Cry 2
  • Final Fight: Double Impact
  • Iron Brigade
  • Jeremy McGrath’s Offroad
  • Jet Set Radio
  • Left 4 Dead
  • Left 4 Dead 2
  • Lost Odyssey
  • Mass Effect 2
  • Mutant Blobs Attack
  • N+
  • Outpost Kaloki X
  • Peggle 2
  • Phantom Breaker: Battle Grounds
  • Prince of Persia
  • R.U.S.E.
  • Sega Vintage Collection: Alex Kidd & Co. Skate 2
  • South Park: The Stick of Truth
  • Spelunky
  • Splinter Cell Conviction
  • Star Wars: Battlefront
  • Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic II
  • The Orange Box
  • The Raven Episode 1
  • The Witcher 2

The announcement follows the company sunsetting the multiplayer services of legacy Halo Xbox 360 titles in 2021. we’ll see where things go from here.