Cities in Motion Tokyo DLC to help Japan relief effort

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In more good news for the Japan Nuclear Crisis relief, Paradox Interactive has dedicated a portion of the money made from sales of the newly released Cities in Motion DLC that features the city of Tokyo as a new challenge for the budding transport minister to charity.

The DLC offers a great deal of new content, with seven new vehicles, new campaign, monorail options and strategic options. For fans, this is great news, this excellent title gets a little more enjoyable, and a little more challenging.

Until June 5th 2011, 50 per cent of the net revenue, like that of Paradox’s other DLC release Magicka, is set aside for the Nuclear Crisis Relief. This is a generous gesture by Paradox, and for a great cause.

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