Charity organisation the Red Cross has expressed its gratitude to PlayStation Network users for donations to help victims of the Japanese earthquake.
A total of £466,466 was raised for the Japanese Red Cross, a figure the organisation called an "amazing contribution. "
The money is intended to help "victims who have lost immediate family members; families whose homes were destroyed by the earthquake, tsunami or resulting fires; families whose homes were severely damaged; and households who have been required to evacuate."
Over 13,000 people died in the earthquake, with a further 14,000 still reported as missing. Donations via PSN began in March, although PSN was offline from early April until recently as a result of a security crisis.