[Game Review] The Conduit (Wii)


System: Wii (Exclusive)
Developer: High Voltage Software
Publisher: Sega
Genre: First Person Shooter (FPS)

The Conduit has been on the radar of the vast majority of Wii gamers ever since it was first revealed over a year ago. Developer High Voltage Software vowed to make a game for the gamers, not for themselves. They have been constantly tweaking and updating their game according to the buckets of feedback Wii owners have given them and now The Conduit is finally here. Continue reading

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


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.

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Review: Gyrostarr (WiiWare)


Publisher: High Voltage Software
No. of Players: 1-4
Cost: 700 Wii Points ($7 USD)

Gyrostarr is developed and published by High Voltage Software for Nintendo’s WiiWare service. The game features arcade shooter action with up to 4 players and some of the most polished graphics I’ve seen on WiiWare since Lost Winds (review soon). Is this arcade blast worth your hard earned Wii Points?

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