CDV and Slitherine Team Up

The History Channel: Great Battles of RomeCDV USA and Slitherine Software have forged a co-publishing alliance that will bring Slitherine’s line of strategy franchises to North American retail. The first title to be released here under this new agreement will be the PC version of The History Channel: Great Battles of Rome.

“As a long-time fan of Slitherine’s work, it gives me great pleasure to enter into a publishing agreement with such a high caliber developer of proven strategy titles,” said CDV USA’s Marketing and Public Relations Director, Mario Kroll. “Slitherine excels at offering accessible yet historically respectful titles that will resonate with CDV’s traditional strategy and military gaming enthusiast customers, and represents a welcome addition to our broad product portfolio.”

“We are extremely pleased that CDV are to handle the North American PC release of THE HISTORY CHANNEL Great Battles of Rome,” commented Slitherine’s Iain McNeil. “Their reputation and record of releases in the strategy games field make them an excellent fit for us and we are fully confident that they will do a great job. We are looking forward to what promises to be a lasting working relationship.”

The History Channel: Great Battles of Rome is scheduled to ship this September 17th.

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