Summary: It was an alright game. If you have an Xbox 360 or Playstation 3, then I suggest playing a far superior fps game on one of those consoles. If you only have a wii, then this is an excellent choice to scratch your fps itch.
Summary: That's what really attracted me to The Conduit. It has a storyline that's about shadow governments and alien invasions. I remember seeing the commercial when the game came out, and thinking, "Wow, that sounds so awesome.
Limited Edition of The Conduit; a solid effort from HVS and Sega
BX Lounger, Amazon
10 February 2011
Summary: I bought this special edition of The Conduit when it first came out. It comes with different front and back cover shots, an art book and some unlockable extras once you play the game. The only way you could have gotten your hands on this was if you pre-ordered it at the time.
A solid FPS effort from High Voltage Software and Sega
BX Lounger, Amazon
20 January 2011
Summary: First person shooters are what the Wii was made for. And when done right it shows what can be done for Nintendo's console. Before I bought this, I was really into Medal of Honor Heroes 2, another excellent FPS from Electronic Arts that I still play online and surprised to see people playing it...
Good game, but gets hard to pass certain levels at times.
Eduardo Rodulfo, Amazon
7 November 2010
Summary: Let me start off by mentioning that I own a Wii and a Xbox 360. I bought this game after hearing that it was the best first person shooter on the Wii, and it did not dissappoint me in any way. The story kind of reminds me of "Doom", but with its own twists.
Summary: decent game, very true to what they say about it- levels are hard but doable, also first person shooter aspect is excellent with good graphics. The only bad part is even if you beat the game, and want to play a certain level, you have to wait for the movie narrative of that level to finish instead...
Summary: I was looking forward to playing the Conduit for the Wii ever since I first saw previews of the game. However, when it finally came out, the reviews were good, but less than stellar. I decided I'd wait until it dropped out of the $50 price range and into the $30 range.