The Conduit a first-party Wii game? Nope

By Patrick Garratt, Thursday, 2 October 2008 21:01 GMT

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Cammie Dunaway apparently called High Voltage FPS The Conduit a first-party game in the Nintendo of America press conference this morning, sparking a flurry of rumour about whether or not Nintendo’s to publish the game.

Basically: it isn’t. Joystiq’s been emailed by the developer to say so. Glad that’s cleared up.

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