Fate/unlimited Codes to be pulled from PSN

By Brenna Hillier, Friday, 1 June 2012 00:12 GMT

If you haven’t yet grabbed a copy of 2008 PSP fighter Fate/unlimited Codes, do so at once – not only is it on sale, but it’s soon to make a graceful exit from the PlayStation Network.

Capcom Unity expects the game to be pulled on June 12. It’s 50% off at $9.99 for the interim.

Fate/unlimited Codes, which was developed by Cavia and Eighting, is one of a number of products based on visual novel Fate/stay night. Capcom has decided not to renew the franchise’s license, meaning it can’t legally make money off them.

Thanks, Shoryuken.

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