Let's say a company created the video game console X and sells games on that platform through a digital marketplace. You spent $200 on 10 games for this platform.
Then a few years down the line, the company creates another video game console Y and does the same, but they decide to pull the marketplace for X and prevent you from re-downloading the content you purchased.
Adding on to this, I know that you cannot refund digital products after you download or stream them and you are technically just buying a license to use the software, but I'm not sure if you can be completely revoked from access to them, except for clearly printed time gated content (such as rentals).
Is this legal in the EU, US, or Australia?