Excerpt: The Conduit takes players into a dark story in Washington D.C. after a vicious alien invasion has rocked the country. An organization called the Trust has sent in Secret Service agent, Mr. Ford, to go up against the insect-like alien race known as...
Excerpt: When you talk the talk you have to walk the walk or face a lot of egg on your face. Developer High Voltage Software more or less built up Wii exclusive FPS The Conduit to be not only the best shooter the console has seen, but also a game that could compete with the best on other platforms.
Solid first-person shooter with tamer violence than most.
Common Sense Media
10 November 2009
Summary: Parents need to know that this is a T-rated first-person shooter with tamer violence as compared to M-rated games in the genre. Players can use an array of weapons such as pistols, machine guns, shotguns, alien rifles, and grenades.
Conclusion: Having played for more than a full day now, I can’t help but wonder what Blizzard has been doing all these years. Work on the game started 11 years ago and while it is a fun and polished experience, the amount of actual game content is a bit sparse.
Excerpt: I have a lot of respect for High Voltage, mostly because I enjoyed the Hunter: The Reckoning games from a few years ago. I was looking forward to The Conduit , because I knew they were putting a lot of effort into it, and I spoke to them briefly at E3 on the subject.
Excerpt: System: Wii ESRB: T, blood, mild language and violence, Multiplayer: Up to 12 over Nintendo’s Wi-fi service. Developer: High Voltage Software Release date: June 23, 2009 How do I introduce a game like The Conduit?
Excerpt: If you're into the whole expanded market thing Nintendo started with DS and Wii, there's a good chance you're satisfied with your Wii, playing fresh and new experiences. But if you're in the group that has been around for the last generations, and value your graphics and online play, can Nintendo's...
Summary: If you own a Wii and are in need of a fun first person shooter, this is it. Nevermind the standard story mode; multiplayer is where it’s at. I really do hope that Sega gives it another shot in the form of a sequel to possibly improve the single player, but until then grab your Wii remotes and jump...