Antstream Arcade Loses 27 Titles As Their Partnership With Warner Brothers Comes To a Close

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Pure Xbox is reporting that Antstream Arcade, a cloud gaming service that allows users to access and play over 1400 classic games via the cloud, has announced that the service is about to lose 27 titles as their partnership with Warner Brothers has now come to an end.

There are certainly some big titles among the 27, including Smash TV, Rampage, Gauntlet 1&2 and Mortal Kombat.

Antstream however does not seem too phased by this, stating that although the end of the partnership is disappointing, it will also allow them to bring hundreds more titles to their dadtabase for players to enjoy. They also reiterate that they release new titles on to their service each week.

“After three great years with Warner Brothers and the Midway collection, we decided it was time to bring some fresh content to our players. This tough decision enables us to increase our catalogue by 100s more titles bringing the maximum possible value to our players.”

“Antstream releases new titles on the platform every week, a process that involves complex licensing and negotiations with original game developers and IP owners. This ensures owners of the games are paid in a fair manner and the games are playable just as the original creator intended them to. It’s our mission to one day have every game that has ever existed playable on the platform on any device, anywhere in the world.”

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You can see the full list of 27 titles that will be removed from Antstream below:

  • 720
  • Arch Rivals
  • Bubbles
  • Championship Sprint
  • Cyberball 2072
  • Defender
  • Gauntlet
  • Gauntlet 2
  • Joust
  • Joust 2
  • Marble Madness
  • Mortal Kombat
  • Pit Fighter
  • Rampage
  • Rampart
  • Robotron: 2084
  • Root Beer Tapper
  • Satan’s Hollow
  • Sinistar
  • Smash TV
  • Spyhunter
  • Stargate (Defender 2)
  • Super Sprint
  • Total Carnage
  • Wizard of War
  • Xenophobe
  • Xybots

Source – Pure Xbox


Lee Reid

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