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8:40 AM on 01.28.2011

Conduit 2 delayed to April, but have some screens

SEGA has announced that its upcoming online Wii shooter, Conduit 2, is getting a modest delay. Originally slated for March, the game will now hit North America on April 19, with the European version arriving April 22.  T...

Jim Sterling

2:20 PM on 01.26.2011

Live show: Chill Bros play Conduit 2 pre-release @ 3PST

We have very exciting news! Destructoid Chill Bros have the exclusive pre-release, two months early for Conduit 2, one of Destructoid's most anticipated games for the Nintendo Wii in 2011. We will be playing the game live wit...

Pico Mause

3:40 PM on 01.18.2011

New Conduit 2 trailer is packing heat

I get the sense that a lot of people are skeptical about Conduit 2. First, it's a Wii game, which is already enough to upset some people. Second, the original Conduit received a lot of pre-release hype, but failed to live up...

Jonathan Holmes

10:00 AM on 01.14.2011

Watch a Conduit 2 trailer if you like

The Conduit 2 is coming to the Wii on February 15 and I'm somewhat looking forward to it. The original game was alright in that really sneery meaning of the word, so I'm eager to see what improvements have been made. The tra...

Jim Sterling

Impressions of Conduit 2 photo
Impressions of Conduit 2
by Jonathan Holmes

Things are happening with the Conduit 2. Unfortunately, I can't tell you what I mean by that. All I can tell you is, if you do your homework and play your cards right, you could see something; something big.

Depending on how squeamish you are, you might not be prepared with what you find. Like a kid who's turned over a rock to find a nest of centipedes, I was not fully ready to deal with what I uncovered in Conduit 2. Luckily, I had a gun that shot flesh eating flies with me. I may not have been ready to deal, but those flies sure were.

Read on for my full impressions of the Conduit 2.

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10:30 PM on 09.02.2010

Conduit 2 delayed until 2011, getting new control options

Bad news for Wii owners and first-person shooter fans -- High Voltage's sequel Conduit 2 has been pushed out of this year and in to 2011. The game will now see release in the first quarter of next year. The good news is that ...

Nick Chester

Review: Tournament of Legends photo
Review: Tournament of Legends
by Jim Sterling

You remember back in the nineties when we had the fighting game boom? Dozens of "me too" titles with increasingly silly premises, all vying for a piece of the one-on-one fighter pie. Rise of the Robots, Primal Rage, Eternal Champions, they all came out of the woodwork with their own absurd concepts and varying degrees of quality. 

Tournament of Legends reminds me of those days. 

Strangely, I don't mean that as a bad thing in the least. Read on for the full review of Tournament of Legends.

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E3 10: Preview: Conduit 2 photo
E3 10: Preview: Conduit 2
by Dale North

The first Conduit game gave Wii gamers exactly what they were waiting for with a solid, point-to-shoot FPS. High Voltage's game fit the bill nicely, but both the developers and gamers knew that there was so much more that could be done with the franchise and technology.

This upcoming sequel, Conduit 2, seems to  work in many of the possibilities we saw in the first game, and also includes technical upgrades, like the incorporation of Wii Motion Plus capabilities.

Conduit 2 picks up right where the first game left off, story wise. I'm not sure how far our hands-on demo was into the game, but we started off by working our way through a heavily armed ship, blasting anyone that came around a corner all while taking cover behind tables and watching our backs.

While this is the only stage we saw, it did feel a bit more roomy in terms of environments, despite being in a ship. Hallways gave way to wide-open control rooms, and they were manned with well-placed enemies. It was easy to appreciate that they've worked on some smarter level design.

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3:30 AM on 06.11.2010

Conduit 2 to support MotionPlus

SEGA shot us over some information about Conduit 2. Specifically, information on whether the first-person shooter would incorporate Wii MotionPlus controls. In the event you were wondering, Conduit 2 will support Wii MotionPl...

Conrad Zimmerman

5:00 AM on 04.10.2010

The Conduit 2 is called Conduit 2

We've all been calling it The Conduit 2, but apparently we're damn wrong. "The" isn't cool anymore, and anybody who uses it is a big square. From now on, High Voltage's sequel to The Conduit is shedding the formalities and wi...

Jim Sterling

12:40 PM on 03.31.2010

First screens for The Conduit 2 draw near!

High Voltage's The Conduit 2 was revealed only yesterday, but the first bunch of screens have appeared online, giving us a taste of what's in store for fans of the Wii shooter.  As expected, the game is already looking g...

Jim Sterling

10:20 AM on 03.31.2010

The Grinder will remain an FPS on Wii

High Voltage's The Grinder is weird. On the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC, it will be a top-down action game inspired by Hunter: The Reckoning. On Wii, it will remain the concept it originally started life as -- a co-op FPS inspi...

Jim Sterling

The Conduit 2 confirmed photo
The Conduit 2 confirmed
by Jim Sterling

High Voltage's not-totally-successful Wii shooter The Conduit is getting sequel, as confirmed by Nintendo Power. While specific gameplay details were not shared, the magazine still managed eight pages of content on the thing, and was able to squeeze a few crucial facts. 

A whole new selection of game modes, including returning modes like Bounty Hunter, are on the cards, alongside a whole new character class system. Classes will feature upgrades such as robotic legs, that allow for faster sprinting. Players will be able to customize their characters quite extensively, adding upgrades to their suits and creating a unique online warrior. Also, four-player splitscreen is confirmed.

As well as competitive multiplayer, a co-op Invasion mode for up to four players has also been announced. Specific details have not been revealed, but it sounds like it will be some kind of "Horde" game type. 

You know what? That actually sounds ... exciting. Yes, The Conduit 2 actually sounds frigging exciting. With Red Steel 2 using MotionPlus to really make an FPS work on the Wii, hopefully High Voltage will be able to take some examples and make a truly console-worthy shooter on the Wii. I hope so. Having a top notch online shooter on the Wii is inconceivable, but kind of awesome. 

The Conduit 2 in Nintendo Power - Confirmed [GoNintendo]

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5:20 PM on 03.24.2010

Tournament of Legends gets new vid, cheap price and delay

High Voltage's Tournament of Legends has been pretty quiet since it was announced, but there is a bunch of new stuff for Wii fans to gawp at like rudderless guppies, including a new video, box art, and a sweet little price p...

Jim Sterling

1:00 AM on 03.16.2010

The Conduit is getting a sequel? Really?

So, a game usually needs to turn a profit in order to warrant a sequel, right guys? Mushroom Men 2 and Dark Void 2 will likely never be created, but we'll definitely be seeing Just Dance 2 and Assassin's Creed 3 in the next f...

Jonathan Holmes

10:30 PM on 02.04.2010

High Voltage bringing The Grinder to 360/PS3/PC next year

High Voltage Software's Wii-exclusive co-op shooter The Grinder has been set free! As revealed by president Kerry Ganofsky in an interview with IGN, the studio plans to make its newest game a multiplatform affair. That's PC, ...

Jordan Devore