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  • natlinxz;108268 said:
    Well, I agree, $50 is a lot for a game, but that's the same price as any other shooter on any other system! So, what makes you think that just because it is for wii that they should charge less?
    Well for starters, can you name a good exclusive fps on the wii? I can, it's Metroid Prime 3. Is it worth 50$? No, it's worth more than that, but heh, it's Metroid. The rest of FPS that are exclusive are garbadge IMO.

    Now we have third party games that are multi-console. I was trying real hard to want to get one last year, but i didn't have any valid choices. Call of Duty World at War? It's done a million times better on other systems. It even lack the zombie side game. See, what i hate is not only are the graphiqs a lot weaker than on the competing systems, but they often lack stuff like online play or other features ...

    Truth is, third party companies who are highly capable at producing games in this genre just won't make the effort for a Wii game.

    Now this conduit game, it might be a game that i'd buy, but if i am to buy it, it has to be as good as FPS's i play on the computer or other systems. If it is, then good, i'll be glad to spend that 50$.

    So my point is not that WII game's aren't worth 50$, but let's be honest, rare are the games on WII that are worth 50$. Especially FPS games. So far we have Metroid Prime 3, and that's it.:o
  • The longer I've had the Wii, the more I realize that it's VERY hard to find good third-party games, especially FPS games. I was excited about the potential of this title before, but then I played a few Wii FPS, and the controls are just really.....BAD. The customizable controls would help a lot, but it's mostly the Wiimote look function that bugs me. I might end up getting this game if I find a used copy sometime, but when I consider the amazing first person shooters I've been playing on the 360 and PC, the general nature of the Wii controls would just seem under-par. I am not turning anti-nintendo, but I just think they should try adding some classic controller options, or maybe keyboard and mouse support for games like this.
  • fco.;107179 said:
    After a pretty poor 2008, next year is looking quite promising for wii owners:
    -The Conduit
    -Mad World
    -Little King's Story
    -House of the Dead: Overkill
    -Sin & Punishment 2
    -No More Heroes: Desperate Struggle
    -LIT
    ...all games I'm looking forward to.
    Sorry but LIT doesnt count. putrid interpretation of "zombies"
  • UPDATE - The Conduit will be rated T for Teen.

    Release Date - June 23, 2009

    Also, box art.

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  • yeah and wimotion plus support is needed and there fore wii motionplus comes out june 8 for 19.99
  • Supagreen;122519 said:
    yeah and wimotion plus support is needed and there fore wii motionplus comes out june 8 for 19.99
    Wii MotionPlus will not be used with the game, although it was originally intended to be. However, the Wii Speak peripheral will be used. Which is freakin' sweet.
  • wth? since when was wii motionplus support dropped? because as of last week it was still there.
  • Supagreen;122575 said:
    wth? since when was wii motionplus support dropped? because as of last week it was still there.
    Link? The official game page on Sega's site fails to mention Wii MotionPlus, and the Wikipedia page actually goes into detail as to its planned use, then its dropping due to technical issues and a lack of reasons to actually use it.

    With this in mind, I present to you: Links.

    EDIT - Ooh, it's fun to run the mouse over the multiple links. *swoosh* *swoosh* *sswwoooosshh*
  • is it the lastest one....how.....
    i have some interest....
  • UPDATE - New trailer ("story trailer") that runs a lot like a movie trailer with video game footage. Here it is.

    By the way, anyone who hasn't already seen the multiplayer trailer might want to check that out, too.
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