by David Sanchez on March 2, 2013 @ 2:08 pm
Developer High Voltage Software will release an HD version of its Wii first-person shooter The Conduit for Tegra-supported Android devices. The Conduit HD is currently slated for launch in Q1 2013, and it will feature improved graphics and even wireless tablet controller support.
According to the listing on Tegrazone, the first two missions will be free to play. Four additional missions can be purchased for $3.99, as can the final three missions. You can also buy the entire game right out of the gate for $4.99.
When The Conduit launched on the Wii back in 2009, it was met with a mixed reaction. The action was well-received, though the game didn’t provide anything all that remarkable. We’ll have to wait and see how The Conduit HD fares on mobile devices.
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