[Game News] High Voltage Bringing Left 4 Dead-Inspired Online Co-op Shooter to the Wii

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And I, for one, can’t wait.

The game is called The Grinder and it looks to set the bar for online multiplayer on Nintendo’s Wii. Though I guess it would be unfair to expect anything less from High Voltage Software, developers behind The Conduit, which is likely the most highly anticipated Wii game of 2009, and rightfully so. High Voltage has built an amazing engine and is finally starting to use it to patch up some of the wholes in the system’s library. With gams like The Conduit, Gladiator A.D. and now The Grinder, High Voltage has quickly become the hardcore Wii gamer’s best friend.

There isn’t really anything I can tell you about the game that isn’t found in IGN’s exlusive interview with Kerry Ganofsky, Matt Corso, and Eric Nofsinger since that is the only information anyone has on the game. All I can say is that if you’re a Wii gamer who loves Zombies, Vampires and Werewolves, this is the game for you.

3 thoughts on “[Game News] High Voltage Bringing Left 4 Dead-Inspired Online Co-op Shooter to the Wii


  1. This game looks really, really good in motion, but the screens don’t really show it off too well. Which is surprising for a Wii game.


  2. Wow, that’s awesome. Definitely can’t wait to get my hands on this one.

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