Ace Adventure – The Legend is Dead Ace Adventure, the Ace Hunter series of role-playing games, is now dead.
The game has been down for weeks now.
In an update on Ace Adventure’s official Facebook page on Thursday, the game’s developer, Ace Interactive, confirmed the game was shutting down on January 13.
In a message to fans, the company said, “It’s with great sadness that we have to announce Ace Adventure is no more.
Ace Adventure has been a part of our lives since it was first released in 2008.
Ace Adventures are something we all cherish.
We would like to thank everyone who has supported us over the years, from the first Ace Adventure to our latest Ace Adventure.
We will continue to work on Ace Adventures and look forward to seeing all of you again.”
Ace Adventure was a series of video games developed by Ace Interactive.
It focused on a group of adventurers who live in a remote island kingdom and hunt down the legendary Ace Hunter.
It was a spin-off of the Ace Adventure series from Sega that was released on the Nintendo 64.
Ace Hunters were part of the first wave of video game heroes.
The Ace Hunter’s quest was to rescue Ace, the legendary hero who is hiding in a cave.
Ace Hunter was originally created as a character-based RPG that players could play in a single game.
The series later expanded to a single-player game.
Ace Huntress, Ace Hunter, and Ace Hunt were licensed to Nintendo for the PlayStation 2, and they were sold in North America, Europe, and Japan.
The games sold well and eventually made Ace Hunter the best-selling video game in Japan.
Ace and Ace Hunters became one of the most popular video game series ever, and its sequels have sold over 100 million copies worldwide.
Ace Advance, the third game in the Ace Adventures series, sold just under 20 million copies.