|  Mail  |  You might also like GameDaily, Games.com, PlaySavvy, and Joystiq

More game companies help with Japan earthquake relief efforts

Japan's citizens are still reeling from the massive earthquake and tsunami that hit the country last week and of course the nuclear fallout threat from the damaged nuclear reactors remains a huge issue. More and more game publishers are helping out the victims of this natural disaster.

Nexon America has announced that from now until Sunday, it will donate the proceeds from the purchases of many of the in-game items in its free-to-play games like Combat Arms, Dungeon Fighter Online and Vindictus to the Red Cross' Japan Earthquake and Pacific Tsunami relief efforts.

Also the Mastiff Facebook page has a message from its CEO Bill Swartz announcing that from now until the end of April the publisher will donate $100 for every 100 "likes" the Mastiff Facebook pages gets up to $25,000.

Reader Comments (Page 1 of 1)

Advertisement

Our Writers

Steven Wong

Managing Editor

RSS Feed

John Callaham

Senior Editor

RSS Feed

James Murff

Contributing Editor

RSS Feed

Learn more about Big Download