Las Vegas, Nevada – June 22nd, 2011- With the release of the all new, non-Flash based, official TopWare website, www.topware.com, the game publisher/developer known for the Two Worlds™ franchise and other hit titles is making strides in the right direction. Including a complete cosmetic makeover, the new site also boasts available patches for TopWare’s titles, as well as trailers and game updates.
If you fear change, don’t stress. TopWare has kept features like the official TopWare Interactive store as well as the news feed, now updated consistently from the desk of the Director of Public Relations for TopWare Interactive, Vincent Harding.
“This is only the beginning. TopWare is making advancements literally on a daily basis to approach and seize the ever-changing industry of video games and most importantly, adhere to the fans. Just wait and see for yourself, the gaming community is in for a big surprise from TopWare Interactive and our working developers in the very near future. Honestly, our upcoming titles will speak for themselves”, states PR Director Vincent Harding.
With the four titles presented recently at E3 and the amazing feedback regarding them, it’s no problem envisioning TopWare’s growth as a reality. Visit www.topware.com to see for yourself!
About TopWare Interactive
TopWare Interactive, headquartered in Karlsruhe, Germany, is an international interactive entertainment software company. Founded in 1991, the company develops, publishes, and distributes interactive software on most current gen gaming platforms including PC, XBOX 360®, Playstation® 3, and Wii™. A privately held company, TopWare is the first German based company appointed as a licensed worldwide publisher for both Microsoft and Sony for their respective platforms, and has additional offices in Las Vegas, Nevada and Petaluma, California.
For additional information, please visit TopWare's website: www.topware.com
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