Excerpt: As one of the few exclusive first-person shooters for the Wii, The Conduit has garnered a lot of attention. From a technical perspective, The Conduit is an undeniable success. The controls in particular are outstanding, finely tuned to make gunning down enemies while sprinting around the battlefield fun and satisfying. Visually, the game is also top-notch, filling the screen with enemies, explosions, and fancy lighting effects, without the slightest drop in frame rate.
Pros: Great controls, Technically impressive visuals
Cons: Monotonous levels, Respawning enemies and invisible bombs are frustrating and cheap, Generic art design and story, Uneven difficulty
Summary: The Conduit is an impressive shooter on Wii -- if only for the developers' noble attempt at delivering an experience akin to a Resistance or Halo on the "bigger" platforms. The controls are strong, the visuals have some razzle-dazzle, and the online component offers plenty of options. Yet on any other system, The Conduit would be as memorable as its title.
Pros: Engaging, responsive controls, Strong online options for up to 12 players, Slick visual effects and professional voice acting
Cons: Short solo campaign, Linear missions, Clichéd storyline, Repetitive, confining level design
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