Publisher Capcom has announced that its Xbox 360 strategy title Age of Booty is about to be delisted on the Xbox Store. Originally released in 2008, the Certain Affinity developed release will be live on Xbox until March 28th, before it's gone forever.

The good news is that existing owners will still be able to access and play the title, which is also on sale right now for just £0.67 / $0.99 - if you'd like to grab it before it's delisted.

Age of Booty is the next in a growing list of Xbox 360 era titles to vanish from digital storefronts in recent months. EA has been a major culprit especially with online server shutdowns, but other big publishers have also fully delisted certain titles as of late.

Thankfully a huge chunk of Xbox 360 games are still available to pick up digitally - especially with Microsoft's recent efforts with backwards compatibility and the availability of the catalogue on the Xbox Store. You'll just have to make sure you own Age of Booty very soon if you'd like that one to stick around in your library!

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