Conduit publisher to be announced “in the coming month”

By Patrick Garratt, Wednesday, 3 September 2008 07:39 GMT

Did anyone ever doubt that The Conduit, High Voltage Software’s colossally hyped gift to Nintendo’s stultifying devoted “core” fan base, would find a publisher? Well, if you did, prepare to be sorely disappointed.

“You want to know about the publisher, don’t you?” Rob Nicholls, the game’s designer, correctly asked Ars Technica. “We’re not ready to officially announce anything, but things are in the works. Look for the word in the coming month.”

Any guesses as to who it might be?

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