This is a site for the customers, so I want them to dictate what goes on the site. I'm not from the computer generation
Arrington, TN (PRWEB) October 17, 2008
TheSoft-wareHouse.com, a website dedicated to the sale of video games and DVDs, is looking to add a variety of console games to the site's inventory. Additionally, there are plans to expand the site's selection of PC software.
TheSoft-wareHouse.com was launched in June 2008 by Sharon Wallace, a self-professed lifelong gamer. Driven by her passion for the gaming industry, Wallace established the website in hopes that it would be the one-stop shop for fellow game enthusiasts.
"From personal experience, I know how finicky gamers are," said Wallace. "There are a lot of different kinds of gamers, and they change their minds often. I just want to make sure there's the greatest selection possible for the greatest number of gamers."
The majority of the site's inventory is currently PC games, but there will soon be additions of games for Xbox, PlayStation, and Nintendo's Wii. The selection of PC software will also expand to include items such as language learning software.
Other additions to the site include a new blog, found at http://www.TheSoftware-House.com. The blog will be an informative venue alerting customers to the latest news about the site and the general gaming world.
"This will be a blog by gamers for gamers," said Wallace. "My only hope is that it will benefit gamers with the best information out there."
Despite years of experience with the games themselves, Wallace is the first to point out that she's new to the online sale of games. As such, she's completely open to customer feedback.
"This is a site for the customers, so I want them to dictate what goes on the site. I'm not from the computer generation," said Wallace. "I had to start from square one. But I love gaming, and I wanted to make the best site with the best prices. I'm really proud of what the site has already accomplished."
TheSoft-wareHouse.com, founded by Sharon Wallace, was established in June 2008. A gamer ever since Pong debuted, Wallace decided to translate her lifelong love of video games into a gaming website. The site carries PC software, PC games, DVDs, and a selection of games for Xbox, PlayStation, and the Nintendo Wii. Site updates for the future include the addition of downloadable games.
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