Dragon’s Crown is no Longer Available on European PSN

Thursday, June 30th, 2016

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Dragon’s Crown has disappeared from the European PSN store. Fans in the region looking to buy the game digitally will no longer have the option. However, this comes with an explanation. NISA Europe responded to a Twitter posted that their licence expired for the title and they were forced to remove it.

NISA Europe has been publishing Atlus games in the region for some time now. Although, that deal seems to be over. It was revealed in April that Sega, who purchased Atlus, and NISA had a falling out and the companies won’t be working together for future publishing deals.

Atlus seems to be working on the issue, they responded to Eurogamer and stated that they will be trying to get the game back online.

Dragon’s Crown currently available on the PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 3.

  • Mr0303

    But digital only is the future, right? Glad that I have 2 physical copies of that masterpiece (both for PS3 and Vita).

  • Dgnfly

    And this is why your better of getting a physical copy cause you can always find 1 online or at some stores while with licensing it might be gone forever. just look at how miserably long it took to get ps1 version of resident evil games back on europe’s psn.

  • Didney Worl

    Reason #537 for why I always buy physical.

  • MusouTensei

    Digital games are the future, digital games never expire, digital games will always be available!!!!

    And this isn’t even the 1st time a digital game gets removed.

    • awvnx

      The game is still on your Download List if you already bought it. As far as I’m aware, Sony hasn’t removed games from the list except for games with an exploit and P.T. (which was free anyway)

  • Panpopo

    Well, good thing this is not Konami at least. With that company the games will most likely be gone forever.

    This game will be put back up. As for when, who knows.

  • Aidnac

    Funny how game companies where talking about how digital gaming is the future and we all bought into it before really thinking what we are actually getting. Now we are to deep into the digital life there is nothing we can do but accept it.

    • Sylveria Shini

      Its why I always buy physical when the option is there and am often leery about purchasing a digital only title. I’ve always sat in the camp that when gaming goes purely digital I’ll probably stop buying new stuff or be buying it in much small quantities. My internet limitations alone greatly restrict my ability to buy digital content in even close to the quantities I consumer physical media.

  • DizzyGear

    Most companies at least have the fucking decency to warn people about delisting’s in advance so you can buy it before it disappears. But this is NISA…