Suddenly the overly generous giveaway makes sense. This was actually a brilliant idea, and I wish more games that know they are going off the store would do the same. If you know you'll never profit from it again, why not just use it as a promotion for your other games? I know a lot of people who've never tried Lego games have got to play them now and see that they can be quite fun. Solid move by Warner bros and humble bundle. Take lessons other developers.

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Apparently the only digital shop that I can see that still has it is Gamestop.
Edit- I forgot to add in the Lord of the Rings game too.

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Oh wow, I'm really glad I grabbed a free copy for my alt account / kids account. They are too small to play the games by themselves, but I think they are nice games to have for when they are a bit older.

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This was actually a brilliant idea, and I wish more games that know they are going off the store would do the same.

Or at least a warning that we're gonna pull it down, buy while you can, like Remedy did with "Alan Wake".
Though I'm a bit surprised that these two were taken away. What happened? WB lost license to Hobbit and LOTR? I would expect that with The Force Awakens, for instance.

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Disney is collecting every entertainment product they have, they're gonna create a streaming service and quite probably a game studio.

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Pretty much this

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Yeah this is weird, especially as Warner bros studios are the ones who owned the rights to LOTR and the lego games, so it seemed they'd be the last to get ditched. Maybe warner bros own licence on the rights as a whole passed on? I can't see them making any more movies unless Peter jackson has a plan for a 3 movie epic based on The Silmarillion.

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What happened? WB lost license to Hobbit and LOTR?

I don't know but LOTR: War in the North, Guardians of Middle-earth, Shadow of Mordor, and Shadow of War are published by Warner Bros. and are still for sale.

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I was somehow expecting that.
happened before with grid games.

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im glad they went out this way

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