Southpeak Games is an American developer and publisher with it's HQ in Virginia. It has helped publish such games as 3D Dot Game Heroes, Dementium 2, Trine and, of course, Two Worlds (II).

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SouthPeak Games, which was originally a subsidiary of SAS Institute, has been publishing games since 1995 and has worked with multiple development studios, including EAI Interactive, Psyonix Studios and TopWare Interactive. The company published games for the Xbox, PlayStation 2, Nintendo 64, PlayStation, PlayStation Portable, Game Boy Color,Game Boy Advance, and Nintendo DS video game systems as well as Microsoft Windows. It also has games in development for the Xbox 360, Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation 3. SouthPeak publishes games for all current-generation consoles and hand helds, and Microsoft Windows. Their games cover a wide variety of genres and demographics. SouthPeak is headquartered in Midlothian, Virginia, United States and has branch offices in Grapevine, Texas and London, England. In July 2008 the company revealed that it had raised USD$12.9 million in private investments for the development of indie games. On October 14, 2008, the company acquired Gamecock Media Group.

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