High Voltage's anticipated first person shooter will be playable at Nintendo's booth at the Penny Arcade Expo.
High Voltage Software announced that their upcoming game, The Conduit, will be featured at Nintendo's booth later this month at the Penny Arcade Expo. "PAX is jam-packed wall-to-wall with passionate game fans," said Eric Nofsinger, Chief Creative Officer at High Voltage. "We are incredibly honored to be featured there at Nintendo's booth. It's a fantastic opportunity for us to receive input and feedback directly from other gamers."
The Conduit is still searching for a publisher but being featured at Nintendo's booth might be a step in the right direction for the game, and possibly a hint of things to come.
The Conduit to be featured at PAX 2008
Nintendo® hosts The Conduit at this year's Penny Arcade Expo
Hoffman Estates, IL- August 18, 2008 - High Voltage Software (HVS) has announced that The Conduit, a fast paced action-shooter game currently in development for the Wii™ console, will be featured by Nintendo® at this year’s PAX convention. The Conduit is a First Person Shooter (FPS) where players battle fierce alien invaders in a highly detailed 3D world using a dynamic control scheme only possible on the Wii™.
Eric Nofsinger, Chief Creative Officer at HVS, had this to say about the news, "PAX is jam-packed wall-to-wall with passionate game fans. We are incredibly honored to be featured there at Nintendo's booth. It's a fantastic opportunity for us to receive input and feedback directly from other gamers."
The Conduit made a big splash at this year’s E3 convention. HVS received numerous awards and press recognition, including IGN Best Shooter Game of E3 2008 (Wii™), IGN Best Graphics Technology of E3 2008 (Wii™), IGN Best Overall Wii™ Game of E3 2008, GameTrailers Best Wii™ Game of E3 2008, Edge Top 20 Games of E3 2008, and GamePro 21 Wii™ Games to Drool Over.
Kerry Ganofsky, founder and C.E.O. of HVS, commented on the attention, "We are honored and overjoyed to have our efforts recognized. To be acknowledged by the industry news media shows that the hard work of our team has not gone unnoticed and only strengthens our resolve to continue to push our game play, graphics, and the technical boundaries of the hardware’s capabilities."