What happens to a video game when it stops being sold? Does it go to Silicon Heaven? If not, then where do all the calculators go? I'm not nearly drunk enough to answer these questions, but at the very least we can observe Square Enix's The Last Remnant, which will depart stores, both real and digital, come early September.
According to a brief announcement from Square Enix's community manager Sunil Godhania, from September 4, The Last Remnant will cease to exist as a purchasable entity.
If you happen to own a copy, don't worry, you'll "still be able to play as per usual".
The post doesn't mention why Square Enix is calling it quits; I can only assume ongoing support for the nearly decade-old game isn't worth it compared to the sales it's generating. Which is fair enough.
If for some reason, you'd like to grab it before it's gone, it's currently available on Steam for $US9.99 ($12).