SEGA has refused to comment on an online report that The Conduit developer High Voltage Software is making the Wii version of Captain America: The First Avenger.

Website SEGAbits claims SEGA drafted High Voltage in to make the 2011 movie tie-in because it "was apparently happy with what they did with Iron Man 2".

The Wii version of Iron Man 2, which High Voltage created, currently has a Metacritic review score average of 41 out of 100.

High Voltage's Wii-exclusive shooter The Conduit managed a 5/10 in Eurogamer's review.

SEGA's Captain America: The First Avenger game was outed by a Marvel financial report from last year.

The Captain America film, which stars Chris "human Torch" Evans as the Cap, is set for release on 22nd July 2011, so we can expect the game around then.

It'll follow a Thor game, designed to coincide with the release of the movie.

Apparently SEGA will give High Voltage "much more freedom with this game" than it did with Iron Man 2.

SEGA declined to comment on the matter when contacted by Eurogamer.

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