At E3 last week High Voltage revealed their latest Wii effort, the sequel to its luke-warm first person shooter, The Conduit.
Whilst the game, one of its first titles for Wii, had some pitfalls, it was and is one of the best in its genre for Nintendo's box. The studio believe that there's still a lot more juice that can be squeezed, and whilst improving the visual and gameplay engines, have acknowledged fan and press feedback.
Without giving too much away, our protagonist in the first game finds himself surrounded by enemies and venures into new locations across the globe, breaking through the US restrictions and trying to encompass a more unique art direction.
The controls, praised for its accuracy and ease, haven't been tweaked much, but High Voltage are including new abilities for Mr. Ford and co to perform. Multiplayer, online and experience points are amongst some of the new features to enjoy on the side.