Final Fantasy servers down and Disaster Report cancelled in wake of quake.
MotorStorm Apocalypse has had its Japanese release delayed, Irem's Disaster Report 4 has been cancelled and online games with Japanese servers such as Final Fantasy XII and XIV are currently offline as the country recovers from the earthquake and tsunami crisis that hit last week.

Sony and Evolution Studios' racer MotorStorm Apocalypse was due for release on March 17, and its release has been postponed to an indefinite date in the future. The plans for release in UK and US – where it's scheduled to come out on March 16 and April 12 respectively – are currently under discussion.

Siliconera reports that Irem has also cancelled Disaster Report 4, which was scheduled to come out this Spring in Japan.

Servers for Final Fantasy XI and XIV have been closed and will be down for at least a week according to a Joystiq report, as the country conserves energy.

If you want to lend aid to Japan as it deals with the aftermath of the crisis please head to the British Red Cross site and make a donation, or if you're reading in America then head here to donate to your local alternative.