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1. Posted: Thu 19th Apr 2012 05:55 BST
I like conduit games but although the devs had drive and determination,passion for the game it didnt really stand up to what is already avlible outthere.Could this be a different matter for the Wii U,imo i think they need to redesign the whole game give it a better art style,32 player vehical mayhem,physics and so on,or even get a novel writen on the game to increase the story telling and deepen the gameplay.
I would like to see the 3DS used in conjuction with the wii u pad and tv,how i dunno.
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2. Posted: Thu 19th Apr 2012 06:40 BST
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3. Posted: Thu 19th Apr 2012 14:52 BST
Isn't this just a very poor man's combination of halo and half-life.
Wouldn't mind seeing a third as this is the B-movie of video games. Yeah but sets is in trouble and binary domain flopped which is a better game than this sp om not sure if any more conduit games will see the light of day. Maybe if they port the first two to ps3 and 360.
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4. Posted: Thu 19th Apr 2012 15:14 BST
Let me stop you there.Conduit is a poor excuse of a FPS, and now that the Wii U has somewhat like powers of a PS3 or 360, we're now gonna see better FPS games.And before you say I'm wrong, ask yourself this, "Have I played games like Halo, Gears War, or Call of Duity"
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5. Posted: Thu 19th Apr 2012 17:54 BST
ok guys i understand where your coming from,the conduit was poor and the C2 was a slight improvement for a wii title.Now what HVs should do is hirer some top talent to take this game forward and get rid of that guy who looks and sound like his smashed outta his skull nostfigger or what ever his name is,They need a good lead artist,physics programmer,story writer,someone with online multiplayer know how,and pay them through a contract until they deliever the goods if popular sign em up.
I think that if they do people will be suprised.
6. Posted: Thu 19th Apr 2012 18:02 BST
I would buy Conduit 3 the moment I saw it.
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7. Posted: Thu 19th Apr 2012 19:56 BST
i never would have guessed with that avatar.
8. Posted: Thu 19th Apr 2012 20:16 BST
NintendoMan wrote:I would buy Conduit 3 the moment I saw it.i never would have guessed with that avatar.
I wonder why.
9. Posted: Sat 21st Apr 2012 21:59 BST
I enjoyed the first game for it's old-school charm and the quality voice-acting and control customisation, but the second game lost me a bit with the whole switch from "dark conspiracy" to "Duke Nukem Jr." overtones.
I'd give Conduit 3 a look, but if all HVS is going to do is try to make Conduit more like games we're currently seeing on the Playstation and Xbox, I"ll pass.
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10. Posted: Sun 22nd Apr 2012 14:18 BST
I enjoyed the first game for it's old-school charm and the quality voice-acting and control customisation, but the second game lost me a bit with the whole switch from "dark conspiracy" to "Duke Nukem Jr." overtones.I'd give Conduit 3 a look, but if all HVS is going to do is try to make Conduit more like games we're currently seeing on the Playstation and Xbox, I"ll pass.
maybe some authority higher up the pyramid asked for it to be toned down,i personally would let the aliens, the trust have genectically enginered human hybrids,human/animal and that the trust is pulling the wool over the worlds eye.Chaos rules and slavery.
Anyhow i found a video on you tube with conduit 2 running with ease on a 3DS.one to watch.
Edited on Sun 22nd April, 2012 @ 14:19 by TheWord777
11. Posted: Sun 22nd Apr 2012 14:28 BST
The first game was all right, but I really regret wasting money on the second.Doubt I'd buy a third unless they made some huge improvements to make it worthwhile.
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12. Posted: Sun 22nd Apr 2012 15:12 BST
But both conduits are worzlse in nearly every conceviable way to 360/ps3 shooters. Like I said eariler its a poor mans bioshock/halo/half-life clone.
13. Posted: Sun 22nd Apr 2012 20:31 BST
That may be, but the Wii controls rock. I'll stick to mouse/keyboard for my FPS fixes if I can't get one I thoroughly enjoy on the Wii.
14. Posted: Mon 23rd Apr 2012 08:40 BST
Hope this works.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sI9mDjCcXU8
Basically HVS managed to get a part of conduit 2 to run on the 3DS to see how it would run at the frame frate and screen size and to optimise it to 3D and for the control system.I think what HVS may do is a side story with the possible Conduit 3 and link the two together(therory)i think for HVS to make wiiu version a successThey first need to spend mega bucks to get this game of the ground,fingers crossed.
First wii outting should imo be about the game and the wii remote and nunchuck instead of getting framerate drops using the wii u pad.
Edited on Mon 23rd April, 2012 @ 08:49 by TheWord777
15. Posted: Mon 23rd Apr 2012 12:41 BST
The first Conduit was ok. They nailed the controls, provided decent graphics and a somewhat interest story with average to good acting that was hindered by the poor level design. However, Conduit 2 was rather weak. Call of Duty and Goldeneye catched up and offered a superior experience in all ways. In the other hand, they changed Conduit's actors and tone to make it more juvenile, which ruined the game for me. Also, the story lost focus and became too sily. There was some improvement in level design but the art direction suffered compared to the already not great first game. Considering it is likely that most top FPS' games will be ported to the Wii U, High Voltage Software would be insane to bring their mediocre at best franchise into such a competitive market.
Edited on Sun 29th April, 2012 @ 21:33 by RonF
16. Posted: Mon 23rd Apr 2012 17:05 BST
They have to make one after that ending spoilers you can't just introduce Goerge Washington and Abe Lincoln in Power Suits, ready to kick @$$, and just end it all right there. I don't care if you can't pull it off, at least give us something. spoiler
Edited on Mon 23rd April, 2012 @ 17:06 by CanisWolfred
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17. Posted: Tue 24th Apr 2012 05:31 BST
Conduit is the b-movie game of my dreams. And I liked the art style from the first game. It was charmingly generic.
Wish they would port ot too xbla/psn.
18. Posted: Tue 24th Apr 2012 14:18 BST
The Conduit was a decent game,with quite a fun multi-player,even though it was full of hackers.Conduit 2 was a mess,end of.
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19. Posted: Tue 24th Apr 2012 15:00 BST
I've got both Conduit 2 and CODMW3 on Wii never really got into the single player campaigns but had a blast online with em. Wii pointer control for FPS is the bomb and I will never go back to mouse and archaic dual analog. The problem with these games is the fact that they have been done to death, the market is drowning and the idea well is drying. I know devs will release the same drivel every year with a million ports to the Wii U of what they already released on PS360.
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20. Posted: Tue 24th Apr 2012 15:19 BST
I will admit that Conduit 2's story was not great... it was funny, but not the best. However, if they brought similar styled multiplayer with awesome graphics and wiimote compatability, I'd be hooked. Besides, I kinda wanna see George Washington and Abe Lincoln in action.