High Voltage Software, the developer of cult Wii shooter The Conduit, is today releasing a new game.
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Conduit 2 developer High Voltage Software has apologised for asking its staff to review a book written by an author who awarded the Wii-exclusive shooter one star out of five.
HVS boss Eric Nofsinger admitted that an internal email from staffer Matt Corso calling for his colleagues to review T. Michael Murdock's The Dragon Ruby on Amazon was "a tad unprofessional".
Murdock savaged Conduit 2 in his Joystiq review, labelling it "appalling".
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"That's a misnomer in our industry," High Voltage chief creative officer Eric Nofsinger told Eurogamer.
"By and large people look at it and they say, if it's not a million unit seller it's a flop. That's preposterous."
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Keep your appetite whetted 'til April.
Wii-exclusive first-person shooter The Conduit 2 has been delayed once again, SEGA has announced.
It'll now launch on 22nd April, having been set for release on 18th March.
The delay "allows for the team to continue to balance and enhance the game's multiplayer, one of the key features and focuses during the development of this ambitious sequel" SEGA said in a statement issued this morning.
Gets UK release on 18th March.
The developer behind Wii-exclusive first-person shooter series The Conduit has compared its difficult beginnings to the journey taken by gargantuan sandbox series Grand Theft Auto.
When High Voltage Software first showed off its self-funded FPS The Conduit back in 2008, both core game-starved Wii owners and press intrigued by how a low-profile tie-in factory was eeking such impressive visuals from Nintendo's humble console immediately sat up and took notice.
Picks up from first's cliffhanger.
Release window narrowed to Feb 2011.
The Conduit 2, SEGA's forthcoming Wii FPS, will launch in February, the publisher has announced.
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.
The sequel to Wii shooter Conduit won't be released until the first quarter of 2011.
High Voltage Software, developer of Wii shooter The Conduit, has let 25 staff go, IGN reports.
SEGA has announced that The Conduit 2 will include support for Wii MotionPlus.
High Voltage has promised to do "whatever it takes" to ensure that The Conduit 2 lives up to the hype.
SEGA's officially revealed The Conduit 2 and given it a release date of autumn 2010.
High Voltage is hard at work on The Conduit 2 for Wii, according to the latest issue of official US magazine Nintendo Power, and SEGA will once again be publishing.