gothchild wrote:I'm more cautious than optimistic, considering High Voltage isn't exactly one of the best devs around.
What makes you say that..?!?
All of the hands-on reports I've read on The Conduit have been glowing. Any developer that can have an FPS game with fully customisable controls and HUD, bump and normal mapping, real-time reflection and refraction as well as focus blur all at 30fps on the Wii doesn't sound too bad to me.
Add to that online multiplayer with a variety of game types along with the recent announcement that The Grinder will have the same graphical effects mentioned in the previous paragraph along with 65+ enemies on screen at the same time and 4 player online co-op and I'd say that they're looking like one of, if not the best, third party developer around.