CDV announced today that they will be showing off Attack on Pearl Harbor
, Sherlock Holmes: The Awakened
, and Tarr Chronicles
this week at Comic Con. CDV is also sponsoring two gaming seminars during the show. The first will be on The History Channel: Great Battles of Rome
on Saturday from 5-6 and the second is a demonstration of Attack on Pearl Harbor
on Sunday from 3:30-4:30. Both seminars will take place in room 30AB. If you stop by their booth be sure to say hi to Ted and tell him that Chuck from GamingNexus says hello.
Publisher also hosting two gaming seminars at show
cdv Software Entertainment USA, a wholly-owned subsidiary of cdv Software Entertainment AG, is bringing several exciting new titles to this year's Comic-Con, being held in San Diego from July 26 to 29. Located in the “Hall of Games” section within the Maximum PC/PC Gamer "Gaming University" booth, cdv will be showing -
• Tarr Chronicles:
an exciting new single player sci-fi dog-fighting title with stunning 3D graphics and environments, and a compelling story of human survival among the harshest of elements.
• Sherlock Holmes: The Awakened:
a horror adventure that seamlessly blends the story of the famous detective with the sinister backdrop created by H.P. Lovecraft, as Sherlock Holmes takes on a cult of Cthulhu’s followers.
• Attack on Pearl Harbor:
a fun, fast-paced arcade-action aircraft combat game in which players will fly some of the most popular planes of WWII while re-enacting key battles of the war.
cdv Software Entertainment USA will also sponsor two special gaming seminars as part of Maximum PC's Gaming University
program - both seminars will take place in room 30AB in the San Diego Convention Center during Comic-Con. The History Channel® Great Battles of Rome
will be shown exclusively on Saturday, July 28 from 5-6pm as a panel of representatives from cdv and editors from PC Gamer and Maximum PC discuss strategy gaming with attendees. Attack on Pearl Harbor
will headline a similar panel focused on action games on Sunday, July 29 from 3:30-4:30pm