Posted by: Tha Square | July 11, 2008

The Conduit to be Shown at E3 Plus New Footage & Info.

The Conduit is quickly becoming one of the best looking games for Nintendo’s latest console and proves that the Wii can handle some pretty amazing graphics. If you haven’t put this FPS title on your hit list, then now is the time to do so… or at E3 this year.

During a recent interview with IGN, Eric Nofsinger of High Voltage Software confirmed that they, along with a playable version of The Conduit, will be at E3 later this month. Though it’s being shown to a few choice people behind closed doors, it’s still phenomenal that the game is that close to completion.

…Then we built the right differentiators on top of that foundation … we didn’t want to be different just for the sake of being different. And I honestly believe we have some very unique and interesting gameplay via the All Seeing Eye device, a storyline that isn’t set during World War II, a totally customizable control scheme and layout, and we’ve got some awesome high-quality graphics to boot. And this whole package is on the Wii, a platform that is crying out for a shooter like this like a desert cries out for rain.

Indeed; the Wii is in serious need for a good, polished shooter and I’m glad someone is up to the task.

Please note: The video is quite far from how it is supposed to look. I couldn’t embed the original video in the blog for some reason, so if you’d like to see the real deal, then I strongly suggest you check out IGN’s article.

Source: IGN.com

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