Do I need to put the RPG Maker license info in my copyright section of my page on steam?

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I'm getting ready to release a game on steam with RPGMaker VXAce and the Steamworks has a spot for copyright info. I did not use any DLC, or sources from outside RPG Maker. Is there a normal license agreement I need to include on my Store Page or is that strictly for any information as it relates to my specific titles such as names and places?
 

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You could by curtesy but I'd definitely put it into the in-game credits.

I think when I search for RPGMaker DLCs I fall on many RPGMaker made games because somebody did that.

I am puzzled as why no mod got interested yet to answer it. It definitely has its pro and con.
 

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I can't see why you would include licensing information for assets you purchased in the field for your copyright of your game.
The only requirement for a game made with RPG Maker is to include the specific text from the EULA in your game's credits.
 

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Thanks for the information. I didn't realize I forgot to reply to this but I appreciate everyone's feedback @ATT_Turan @Marquise* .
 

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