Conduit 2 will get “whatever it takes” for a win

By Patrick Garratt, Wednesday, 28 April 2010 13:14 GMT


High Voltage will do “whatever it takes” to ensure The Conduit 2 lives up to expectations, the developer has said on the Sega blog.

“We’re doing whatever it takes to make Conduit 2 the very best that it can,” said High Voltage boss Eric Nofsinger, “because we love the game and our audience.”

He added, speaking of the first game: “It really was a lot for the team to handle at one time.

“The result was a game that is fun to play and is solid overall, but never quite manages to excite its audience with inspired visions of a darkly futuristic world that’s being torn apart by aliens.”

It’s out for Wii this autumn. Thanks, EG.

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Eric Nofsinger

High Voltage Software

The Conduit 2

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