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Liz Maas
Proceeds From Final Promise Story To Go To Earthquake Relief
Buy the game on PSN to donate your 500 yen!
03.20.11 - 10:35 PM

Since the earthquake and tsunamis hit Japan nine days ago, companies have been both giving direct donations to relief efforts as well as offering up incentives in order to raise money for the same. Developer/publisher Imageepoch is just one of the latest, and they're using their first self-published title, Final Promise Story, to raise funds next month. They have now announced that there will be a downloadable version of the game, and that 500 yen ($6.18 US) of its 5600 yen ($69.18) price tag will go to relief efforts.

The UMD will cost 6279 yen ($77.57 US), but only the download version will count towards relief efforts. Both versions will be available in Japan on April 28th. No Western release of Final Promise Story has been announced at this time. For five new screens and two pieces of art, check out the gallery linked below.


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