Kotaku: There are plenty of things to talk about when it comes to Wii shooter The Conduit, but none are more important the controls and the absurd number of ways you can customize them.
Matt Corso, art and creative director at High Voltage, walked me through the options, which not only rival, but may surpass the level of customization found in most PC shooters.
By default, the game's controls are pretty straight forward for a Wii shooter. You move around with the thumbstick and aim and shoot with the remote. A button lets you lock onto a target for strafing, and a swing of the remote triggers a melee attack.