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The Conduit 2 release date

Sega and High Voltage Software return with a follow up to the reasonably successful First Person Shooter for Wii; The Conduit. Whilst the original Conduit for Wii was a little stale in places, it did at least push the hardware with its impressive visuals and innovative completely customisable control scheme. I can’t deny I’m looking forward to another dose of Sci-Fi action on Wii this winter and The Conduit 2 for Wii looks very promising. Building upon the impressive but flawed online modes in the original, we can expect a much more exciting range of features in the sequel. Details...

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The Conduit review

There’s been quite a lot of talk about The Conduit due to the fact that it’s a proper First-Person Shooter for the Wii and looks mighty good too. Well, the good news is that it does look very good but what’s it like to play? In the game you play as Agent Ford, a man handy with weapons who’s working for an agency to stop a terrorist organisation and a bunch of aliens. Of course, as you play, things aren’t quite as they seem and you uncover a web of intrigue that although very clichéd will still hold your interest....

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The Conduit Release Date

Sega have finally confirmed a release date for The Conduit. Designed from the ground up for Wii The Conduit FPS from High Voltage Software using their Quantum3 engine which promise near next gen (Xbox 360 and PS3) visuals on the Wii at 480p, 16:9 and at 30FPS. With a great single player storyline and an online multiplayer mode with WiiSpeak Voice Chat support this could very well be the must have Wii First Person Shooter. The Conduit release date is June 23rd 2009. Buy The Conduit now New: Buy The Conduit from Amazon.com Related: The Conduit FPS

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The Conduit

Nintendo are claiming that hardcore gamers will soon sit up and take more notice of the Wii. Currently attracting a massive install base of casual gamers, they hope Sega’s new FPS The Conduit can lure FPS fans to the console with better graphics. Related: House of the Dead Overkill, Baroque review