Online splitscreen?

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5 years ago#1
http://wii.ign.com/dor/objects/67276/the-conduit-2/images/the-conduit-2-20100415052519969.html?page=mediaFull

Two player splitscreen, and yet the scenary doesn't match. The top player is shooting at someone, but clearly not the bottom player...
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5 years ago#2
Currently we are testing VIA lan for internal testing so that's where that pic comes from.

LAN play allowance is currently up to Nintendo :)
5 years ago#3
yesssssssss
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5 years ago#4
Good luck getting it running, and hope that the latency works out. :p
You guys are going all out with this, huh?
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5 years ago#5

HVSTony posted...
Currently we are testing VIA lan for internal testing so that's where that pic comes from.

LAN play allowance is currently up to Nintendo :)


Perhaps you could forget to secure this undocumented feature in the final build?

5 years ago#6

DarkZV2Beta posted...
Good luck getting it running, and hope that the latency works out. :p
You guys are going all out with this, huh?
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By Lan, he's talking about a local network of Wiis, not an internet connection.

5 years ago#7
So then it is possible to use Wii's in a lan??

i never thought that was possible! So like a system link for 360?

If this is true and online splitscreen comes true (for reg matches not co-op) then hooking up 3 Wii's shall be fun... lets hope, i have never heard of this for Wii...
5 years ago#8
I know what LAN is. But, if the netcode works well enough, it can be used to take it online, which I think is the reason for testing via LAN.

And yes, the Wii is very much capable of LAN play. Just a matter of Nintendo letting it happen. Cube could hook up for LAN play, too.
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5 years ago#9

DarkZV2Beta posted...
I know what LAN is. But, if the netcode works well enough, it can be used to take it online, which I think is the reason for testing via LAN.

And yes, the Wii is very much capable of LAN play. Just a matter of Nintendo letting it happen. Cube could hook up for LAN play, too.
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Lag will be a much, much bigger issue for WiFi though, especially if it's a secure point to point protocal which has much more overhead than your typical local area network. I wouldn't expect split screen WiFi matches.

5 years ago#10

The_Noah01 posted...
So then it is possible to use Wii's in a lan??

i never thought that was possible! So like a system link for 360?

If this is true and online splitscreen comes true (for reg matches not co-op) then hooking up 3 Wii's shall be fun... lets hope, i have never heard of this for Wii...


You never hear about it because Nintendo doesn't allow it for some really bizzar reason. HVS wanted LAN in the first game.

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