High Voltage Software: The Wii Deserves Better Games Then It’s Getting

Developers of the highly anticipated Wii game, The Conduit, are one of the few developers who are actually trying to make a quality game on the Wii. The Conduit is easily one of the best-looking games on the Wii thanks to its ground up engine made just for the system called the Quantum 3. And while High Voltage is hard at work with The Conduit, other developers are not-so hard at work making shovelware and just throwing it at the Wii by the dozens. A quote from Matt Corso adds,

“The Wii is a really cool game system. It’s worth better games than it’s getting right now. There are some great games out there for the system, but it just seems like there’s such an opportunity to do so much more with it. Considering it’s such a popular system right now, it just doesn’t make sense to not focus on making really quality games.”

Every Wii owner should be in love with High Voltage team right now. They are our only hope to stop this barrage of casual games that have plagued the Wii. So I’m telling everyone right now, please buy The Conduit, or this mini-game bonanza were stuck in may never end.

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  • By soren, July 18, 2008 @ 9:43 am

    yea im gana get it the game looks good so yea evry on eya shude get this game instead of getting carnaval games

  • By SOL-KACOROT, July 18, 2008 @ 12:20 pm

    I love you HIGH VOLTAGE, thank you for all your hard work and detication to the wii and the many loyal fans dieing for exelence of this calaber to grace the console. Please HIGH VOLTAGE its imparitave that THE CONDUIT support the WIISPEAK INTERCOM, online multiplayer games suck with no way to communicate. the WIISPEAK is being released to retail in NOVEMBER, and the game isn’t due out untill sometime during the 1st qtr of 2009. there is more than enough time to include REAL voice chat to the game before its release. please get the online working and give us a good lobby system with good quality options, friends lists with JOIN FRIENDS GAME option would rule. my hopes and dreams for wii literaly hinge on the alwsome sucess of this game. please don’t short change the online multiplayer ,and don,t take no crap from ninty, demand nothing be held back by big N . make sure every fasit of this creative vision see’s the light of day. Im the conduit’s #1 supporter, HIGH VOLTAGE SOFTWARE YOU ROCK.

  • By Wolf26pack, July 18, 2008 @ 2:25 pm

    i am considering buying this game but I am still waiting to find out more about the Story,gameplay and how uniquely they use the Wiimote to control the action.

    So if they use the Wiimote in a unique way then that takes care of the gameplay and then if the story is as good as the graphics they got me sold.

  • By wiifan, July 18, 2008 @ 6:23 pm

    wiimote in unique way?!? How many ways do you think of when considering how to play a FPS?

    Hats of to High Voltage. I like games. Period. And with High Voltage putting this much effort into the game, and with the great look and textures; my money is waiting to be spent. If they can pull off the 16 player wi-fi then that’s where I’ll be sold. Sounds like a Halo MultiPlayer for the Wii. Hope they can squeeze in 16 more players online before release.

  • By Wolf26pack, July 19, 2008 @ 11:54 pm

    @ wiifan

    I mean like using it if there are some puzzles in the game. I mean we all know that we will be able to point and shoot at the screen to shoot the enemies but what about if for example to get into the next room you have to unlock the electronic lock by finding a Screwdriver & Wirecutters going to the roof and shutting down the power by opening a power box with the Screwdriver and then cutting the right wires with the wirecutters. It would be really cool if they could intergrate that into the FPS Action that would be great.

  • By wiifan, July 21, 2008 @ 9:15 pm

    Good points wolf. I get what you meant now.

  • By Kacorot Sucks, August 6, 2008 @ 8:35 pm


  • By Sain, October 23, 2008 @ 11:10 pm

    @ Wolf

    i agree, besides the idea of the screwdriver is similar to some “puzzles” in Metroid Prime 3, where you had to turn some switches, and it was really cool, cause it felt different, in a good way.

    Thanks High Voltage, The Conduit is awesome, I will surely buy it!

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