Aksys Games holding charity drive for Japan tsunami victims

By Dave Cook, Tuesday, 12 March 2013 09:20 GMT

Aksys Games is holding a charity game sale to support victims of the earthquake and tsunami that rocked Japan two years ago. The developer is teaming up with the American Red Cross for the campaign.

The studio typically handles localisation of Japanese games heading to Western markets, such as Virtue’s Last Reward, Ragnarok Tactics and the BlazBlue series.

From now until March 15, the studio will donate $5 of any game bought on its marketplace to the American Red Cross, which will specifically go towards its efforts in Japan.

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