CDV Launches New Company Website

CDVIn order to provide North American consumers, game journalists and world-wide publishing partners quick and easy access to discovering more about its catalog of titles and game content, CDV Software Entertainment USA has launched a spiffy new company website today. Available at, the newly redesigned company site features an enhanced graphical interface, expanded information on all CDV titles, easier access to contact and support, and consumer access to purchasing physical and digital versions of current CDV game releases. CDV also has plans in place to launch a “try before you buy” downloading and purchasing system in the months ahead, and to continue its North American growth the company will be increasing the list of retailers stocking its titles in the US and Canada.

“A strong, cordial relationship with our past, present and future customers is our most valued asset,” remarked CDV USA’s Marketing and PR Director, Mario Kroll. “With this exciting redesign and launch of a truly North American focused web portal, we acknowledge that value by ensuring our customers not only can make an informed pre-purchase decision about our titles, but can also conveniently find products they seek to purchase, then receive top notch and responsive post-purchase support along with the benefits of joining a community with other customers that share their passion four our games.”

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