A house divided against itself cannot stand

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More On: Victoria II: A House Divided
The new Victoria II: A House Divided expansion is set to let the historical world domination strategy game crowd relieve the American Civil War.

The expansion's demo will allow players to play global overlord between the years of 1836 and 1860. You'll be able to play as Prussia, and shape the future of Germany with either warfare or diplomacy.  You can also play as Japan as they try to westernize their county while dealing with their own reactionary forces.  

If you're already playing Victoria II: A House Divided, visit forum.paradoxplaza.com/forum/ to take part in their After Action Report contest, whose winners will receive quite a bit from Paradox's catalogue.  

If you're not playing yet, you can buy Victoria II: A House Divided at www.victoria2.com/game-info/buy-the-game.

The demo for the expansion is out now.

Demo released for Victoria II: A House Divided
After Action Report contest with GRAND prize launched on forum

NEW YORK – February 2, 2012
- Recently released expansion for Victoria II has just received a demo. The demo for the game that focuses on the American Civil War era allows players to:

* Play from 1836 to 1860
* Play as Prussia with the chance to form Germany through warfare or diplomacy
* Play as Japan to westernize your country while fighting back reactionary forces.

The devs have cooked up something for those already playing the game as well. Join the After Action Report contest on the forums http://bit.ly/yFstfL. Winners stand to pick up a big chunk of the Paradox catalogue.

About Victoria II: A House Divided
From the development team behind Hearts of Iron and Europa Universalis, Victoria II: A House Divided introduces a new starting point in 1861 allowing players to experience the US Civil War from the start, from the era of absolute monarchies, encompassing expansion and colonization, culminating in the emergence of the US as a global superpower at the dawn of the 20th century.

Buy Victoria II: A House Divided here:

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