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As I listen to the podcast of game scoop from IGN I notice a few things that Eric Nofsinger said:
1. High voltage is pushing the envelope with this game and as a result they need to get waivers from Nintendo to approve of the game, this legal struggle has slowed the progress of the game(conduit 2)
2. The studio is still working on the game polishing it up meaning killing bugs so itís not done.
3. We all seem to forget that high voltage is a 100+ people studio and they are working on other things beside Conduit 2 like Animales de la muerte(for xbox live, psn etc,) the Grinder thatís right they are currently looking for publisher and donít forget that the grinder has two version the wii and xbox360/ps3 .
4. Lastly I was surprised that Nintendo recognized the efforts of High Voltage and gave them a dev kit and a 3DS for them to get started, in the podcast they showed to the editor a few ideas they have already worked on the 3DS however they werenít allowed to say what they saw other than it was cool
So yeah guys High voltage is a great developer and is doing a lot of great things for us and it is fair that we give them our support and our patience.
Already figured out alot of this stuff.... I just didnt think they were gonna get this much time. Makes me REALLY wish some of the topic creators around here would USE THEIR ****ING MINDS!!!! So that they'd figure this stuff out too.
... if HVS can produce unheard of graphics an such on the Wii...
Then think of what they can do with the 3DS!!!!
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