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Victoria - Revolution gets hot-fix

New York, USA (August 28, 2006) - Paradox Interactive announced today that Victoria - Revolutions has released its first hot-fix on The expansion Victoria - Revolutions launched exclusively on the download portal last week and has received great feedback from gamers.

The hot-fix takes care of minor fixes and focuses mainly on fixing the problem some gamers have had with the Doomsday converter.

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About Victoria - Revolutions

The expansion to "Victoria - An Empire Under the Sun", called "Victoria-Revolutions" is available exclusively via Gamer's Gate for $9.99/9.99.

Features include 15 years of extra gameplay, an expanded tech tree to cover the interwar period, a Doomsday converter which allows players to continue their game in "Hearts of Iron 2: Doomsday", a revamped election and politic system, an overhauled military system and much more.

About Paradox Interactive

Paradox Interactive has been a leading publisher and developer of strategy games for the PC platform since 1999. Well-known for their strategy titles, the company's distribution network and followers span the globe. Paradox's experienced team has completed more than 17 titles, including such best-selling games as the Europa Universalis and Hearts of Iron franchises. Published titles in North America include Knights of Honor and Rush for Berlin and upcoming title Heart of Empire: Rome. The company is currently working on Europa Universalis III, its biggest production yet, scheduled for a worldwide release in Q1, 2007.

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