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7:00 AM on 11.06.2013

The Conduit developer seeking tax incentives in Illinois

High Voltage Software is seeking tax credits from the Illinois state legislature, according to a report surrounding a number of companies looking for incentives currently stalled by a veto from governor Pat Quinn over a lack ...

Kyle MacGregor


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9:30 PM on 04.05.2013

Animales de la Muerte lives on as a mobile game

Remember High Voltage Software's Animales de la Muerte? Originally one of the most promising-sounding titles for the then-new WiiWare service, it stewed in limbo for a few years before dropping WiiWare and becoming an XBLA /...

Tony Ponce

12:30 PM on 03.15.2013

The Conduit HD now available for Tegra 3 devices

The Conduit HD, a high-definition re-release of High Voltage Software's Wii-exclusive first-person shooter, is now available for Tegra 3-optimized Android devices on Google's Play Store. Along with the visual upgrade, the gam...

Keith Swiader

2:30 PM on 03.01.2013

Wii FPS The Conduit is going HD for smartphones

I won't blame you for only vaguely remembering The Conduit, the Wii-exclusive first-person shooter that developer High Voltage Software claimed would be so technologically proficient that it would demonstrate just how little ...

Tony Ponce

9:00 AM on 05.22.2011

Conduit 2 dev accused of trashing game reviewer's book

Conduit 2 developer High Voltage stands accused of attempting to "Amazonbomb" a man's book in retaliation for a negative Conduit 2 review. Michael T. Murdock called Conduit 2 "appalling" and trashed the graphics, voice acting...

Jim Sterling



Review: Conduit 2 photo
Review: Conduit 2
by Matthew Razak

I've spent the past week playing through the short, but inevitably sweet single player campaign of the sequel to one of the most talked about games last year. I then spent some time playing through its new multiplayer modes and having some fun online. Yes, this sequel was released last Tuesday and it was kind of a big deal. 

I am of course talking about The Conduit 2. Wait, what did you think I was talking about?

To learn about the other sequel that landed last week and see if it is worth picking up now that you've torn through Portal 2 five times over or if I delayed my own Portal 2 playing for absolutely no reason, please read on.

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10:20 AM on 03.16.2011

Eric Stoll of High Voltage Software reveals Conduit 3DS

During GDC I had the chance to speak with Eric Stoll, game designer at High Voltage Software, the developer's upcoming year. They seem to be hitting many angles with from digital downloads like Animales De La Muerte, first-p...

Neranjan 'Venom' Bissoon

11:00 PM on 03.12.2011

Animales de la Muerte rises from the grave for XBLA, PSN

Yet another downloadable title ditches the WiiWare platform for the (apparently) cozier confines of the Xbox Live Marketplace and PlayStation Network. This time it's High Voltages crazy-looking top-down shooter, Animales de l...

Nick Chester

10:00 AM on 03.11.2011

High Voltage: The Grinder is still alive

High Voltage Software has declared that its long-forgotten shooter, The Grinder, is still alive and waiting for a publisher. If you can't remember what it is, it's a first-person shooter for the Wii that is also a third-perso...

Jim Sterling

11:00 AM on 02.28.2011

Conduit 2 trailer shows off the multiplayer

Oh look, it's a multiplayer trailer for Conduit 2! This video gives you a taste of the twelve-person online combat, not to mention the four-player splitscreen mode. This is definitely looking like the best online first-perso...

Jim Sterling

3:40 PM on 02.09.2011

High Voltage: 3DS more powerful than Wii

Conduit 2 developer High Voltage has praised the 3DS' technical power, claiming it to be more mighty than the Wii. I'm not sure if being more powerful than the Wii is something one can be proud of, but alright. "In some ways,...

Jim Sterling





10:20 AM on 02.08.2011

High Voltage: Preposterous to demand games sell a million

Conduit and The Grinder developer High Voltage has criticized the prevailing attitude that videogames need to sell over a million in order to be considered a success, calling such a believe "preposterous" and declaring that t...

Jim Sterling

3:20 PM on 02.04.2011

Conduit developer making Kinect title for 2K

High Voltage Software, developer of the upcoming Wii shooter Conduit 2, is already working with Microsoft's motion camera, Kinect. Chief Creative Officer Eric Nofsinger revealed the project to Eurogamer, although details are ...

Nick Chester



Preview: Conduit 2 photo
Preview: Conduit 2
by Neranjan 'Venom' Bissoon

High Voltage's upcoming first-person shooter for the Wii is looming on the horizon, and we at Destructoid got some early, exclusive coverage.

Eric Nofsinger, the Chief Creative Officer of High Voltage Software, allowed us some hands-on time with this highly-anticipated Wii title, and revealed some new details about Conduit 2, as well as some other "secret projects."

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3:00 PM on 01.30.2011

Animales de la Muerte esta muerto para WiiWare?

I'm posting this for two reasons. For one, I totally forgot about Animals de la Muerte. Seeing this post over on GoNintendo reminded me of its existence, and I'm happy for that. Secondly, I think it's worth noting the sad tre...

Jonathan Holmes

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