MangaGamer Contributing To Japan Earthquake Relief, Too

By Ishaan . March 19, 2011 . 1:27pm

Like several other game publishers, MangaGamer have their roots in Japan, too, in the form of partner company, Overdrive, responsible for the development of games such as Kira Kira and the upcoming Go Go Japan ~My First Trip~.

 

To help out with Japan’s earthquake relief, MangaGamer are sending all proceeds from sales of their Overdrive and Circus-developed games (such as Da Capo: Innocent Finale) to relief efforts via the Japanese Red Cross until March 31st.

 

Meanwhile, the iPhone version of KiraKira, published in English by Mtrix Co., has been lowered in price from $10 to $5, and all proceeds from sales of this title are being donated toward relief efforts as well, until March 23rd.


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  • Zero_Destiny

    That’s so nice of them. I’ll have to check some titles out then when I get a my next check. If this crisis in Japan has proven anything it’s that the companies in this industry be it Japanese or American care about the well being of everyone. I just want to give these guys big hugs. :)
    [On an unrelated side-note I've been on a VN/Point-and-Click binge (and also a SMT Strange Journey too lol) this week. I beat some more VN's and just beat the second Phoenix Wright which was awesome!!!! :D Man finally duking it out with Edgy again. I've been waiting the whole game to do that. Great last case]

  • PrinceHeir

    awesome work manga gamer :)

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