Platinum's Turtles game delisted from Steam, PSN and Xbox

Rest in pizza.

Activision has removed Platinum's Turtles game from Steam, PlayStation Network and the Xbox Games Store.

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Turtles is unavailable to buy from the Xbox Games Store, among other digital platforms.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan, developed by action game specialist Platinum and published by Activision, went on sale under a year ago, in May 2016.

And so the delisting comes as some surprise for a game that's been available to download for just under eight months.

It appears Activision's on something of a licensed game purge. People have noticed The Amazing Spider-Man and its sequel have been removed from digital stores, too.

While these games have been snuffed out of existence online, you can always pick up a physical copy. Turtles is going for around £20 on Amazon, for example.

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