CDV USA Announces PAX Lineup

Attack on Pearl Harbor Sherlock Holmes: The Awakened The History Channel Great Battles of Rome Tarr Chronicles Escape From Paradise City
Beginning tomorrow at the Penny Arcade Expo in Seattle, CDV Software Entertainment USA will be showcasing a diverse five-game lineup for show attendees to try out firsthand, including Attack on Pearl Harbor, Sherlock Holmes: The Awakened, The History Channel Great Battles of Rome, Tarr Chronicles and Escape From Paradise City. Full lineup details after the jump.

CDV Software Entertainment USA PAX Lineup:

Attack on Pearl Harbor: an action-arcade dogfighting title dropping players in the cockpits of popular WWII Pacific theater aircraft.

Sherlock Holmes: The Awakened: a 3D horror adventure title where players take on the role of Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson as they unravel the mysteries of a dark cult of the elder god Cthulhu.

The History Channel Great Battles of Rome: players take on the role of a would-be Caesar as they use elements of strategy and RPG gameplay to create the ultimate army.

Tarr Chronicles: an epic space battle science-fiction title pitting players, in customizable space fighters, against waves of enemies in beautiful 3D environments. (CDV and Panogames have also posted some really cool interactive 3D screens today, so be sure to check those out too)

Escape from Paradise City: take on the role of a government agent attempting to break up a mysterious crime syndicate in an action/RPG from the team that created Gangland.

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