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Submitted by IanDeMartino 385d ago | review

The Conduit HD Review | GameWoof

The Conduit was originally released on the Wii back in 2008 and received a wide range of reviews, being called everything from “[the] most fully realized, expertly designed experience of its type available on the Wii.” (Worthplaying.com) to “[An] artless grind of a first person shooter” (Metro GameCentral) and received enough of both positive and negative reviews to grab a middling metacritic score.

Now, the experience has been ported to Android and given an HD facelift for our high resolution screens. The much praised Wii based controls have been dropped in favor of strange touchscreen controls or (far superior) traditional gamepad controls. As has the much criticized multiplayer, which unfortunately was replaced with nothing at all. (Android, The Conduit HD) 4.5/5

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