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The Conduit (Wii)
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- Platform: Nintendo Wii
- BBFC Rating: Suitable for 12 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 12. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 12 years of age or over.
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
The Conduit takes players into a dark story in Washington D.C. after a vicious alien invasion has rocked the country. An organisation called the Trust has sent in Secret Service agent, Mr. Ford, to go up against the insect-like alien race known as "The Dr
The Conduit takes players into a dark story in Washington D.C. after a vicious alien invasion has rocked the country. An organisation called the Trust has sent in Secret Service agent, Mr. Ford, to go up against the insect-like alien race known as "The Drudge." Armed with an array of futuristic weaponry and an intelligence-gathering device simply called the "All-Seeing Eye," players follow an intricate maze filled with conspiracy, shady government activity and terrifying aliens.
The Conduit's detailed control system allows players to customise and configure their controls, including look sensitivity, turning speed, the dead zone and much more. As players delve further into the mystery behind the extraterrestrial invasion, shocking details reveal that the invasion may have been brought on with help from the government itself.
Powered by High Voltage Software's groundbreaking Quantum 3 engine, The Conduit ensures that players will experience single and multiplayer gameplay with graphical fidelity never seen before on the Wii. The Conduit will also support the recently announced Wii Speak peripheral, allowing online multiplayer gamers the ability to chat as they destroy aliens in each terrifying level.
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Top Customer Reviews
The graphics and controls are what set this game above other attempts at bringing a good FPS to the Wii - you can tell they've spent considerable time and effort tweaking everything to work well, and it shows.
The single-player is easily capable of keeping you occupied for many hours, but it's the many multiplayer modes that the game's huge replay value really come from.
The online action is relentless, lagfree and very addictive - you have been warned!
All in all, just what the Wii needs, and here's to a follow up!
Online is where this came does come alive. 12 players battles and a number of modes to choose from, and the inclusion of the Wii Speak as well, which is a nice touch to this game. This lets you chat to your friends, and if your playing a Team Game, you can talk tactics with each other. The system for adding friends in this game puts any other games that were released before this to shame. So long as they are in your Wii's Friend List, you can add them straight to the game.
There is a few niggles with this game. Most of the rooms you will go into do look the same. But then again, when are you going to stop in the middle of a fight in the middle of a FPS and go: you know what? this room seems familiar. And a few times I have joined a match that is happening online, I have gotten a black screen, and I had to restart my Wii. But other than that, this is a good FPS game for the Wii.
The levels in the game are all cliched and repetitive consisting largely of running through corridors, sewer tunnels, and narrow alleys. Also there are several stages in the game that are just a frustrating slog which are not followed by any commensurate reward in terms of either an entertaining end of level finale or a good weapon or power up.
Good first person shooters draw you in with a gradually increasing level of difficulty and at least one entertaining set piece in each mission. However irrespective of what difficulty setting you are on there is no sensible progression in the level of difficulty here. It swings from easy to nigh impossible and back again.
As a consequence what could have honestly been brilliant is marred by level designs which I felt to be unoriginal and frustrating rather than entertaining and challenging.
If you want a good quality FPS on the Wii then buy Goldeneye or Modern Warfare 3 which are both solid entertaining games.
The single player:-
[+] engaging and challeging gameplay
[+] great control customerisation
[+] smooth and good satifying gameplay
[+] some guns handle very well
[+] ASE is good idea
[+] good graphics
[+] enemies can heal themselves
[+] extras to find
[-] little inspiration to be had
[-] puzzles get samey
[-] cursor ememy hightlight
[-] not enough weapons
These types of games will always be compared to perfect dark and that is some big shoes to fill and it isn't but it has done well considering that initially i thought the cursor enemy highlight would ruin the gameplay as it would take away the accuracy skill factor as it's an aim assist but it doesn't make any difference at all when you are pulling off flick or swing shots as you dont get time to use the highlight and initially either isn't there at all or appears too vague any way and you still get great player satisfaction out of it. The only down side is that simple point and shooting gameplay the highlight does interfere a little but its still fun. The game play is well balanced and has a good variety to it to appeal to everyone and their style of play. all the guns handle well and smooth that feel good and give a little sense of a professional image.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It's a great first person shooter with a good story behind it. Lots of additional secrets to find in order to unlock more of the games features.Published on 22 Jan. 2013 by Antonio Garcia
The title says it ALL, I bought this game for online stuff well play and half the time people use hacks on it like the multi shot rocket launcher that fires 3 or 4 rockets at a... Read morePublished on 29 Nov. 2012 by Mr. L. C. Emmott
As a novice,I thought that I would enjoy playing this game on the easiest level. And so it proved, I was quite enjoying the game; I had got used to the controls and the weapons,... Read morePublished on 13 May 2012 by Chris Howard
ok,so this reveiw is WAYYYY overdue like about 3 years xD. but anyway this game goes cheap now a days for about 7 pound which is a good price. Read morePublished on 4 April 2012 by Hans
The game was a lot different than anything that I have played on the WII before. I have to admit it took a while to get used to the controls, however once you have got the hang of... Read morePublished on 17 Sept. 2011 by Dal
1.5 hours playing in... This is more like it. Great fun 1st person shoot-em-up. Very similar to half-life (which is no bad thing) and suits the wii platform really well.Published on 27 April 2011 by Charlie Chester
When it comes to wii games, I don't want to play just kiddy games all the time, luckily for me there are many mature rated games on the console which are very good. Read morePublished on 9 Oct. 2010 by O. J. Mcdonnell
Not the greatest I've played, but for the Wii and the price you can't fault it. Just get stuck in and enjoy it for what it is.Published on 26 April 2010 by Mr. A. Roberts
A great game - visually suburb with engaging game play.
The levels are hard, but not so hard you get bored.. you want to try it again and again until you complete it. Read more