IGN UK: The Conduit Review

It's The Conduit's beautifully tactile control set-up that proves to be the star of the show here. Take it away and you're left with a single-player game that's consistently bland but, more damningly, consistently boring. Thankfully, although still blighted by many of the solo campaign's inadequacies, the sheer wealth of options and ease of access to human combatants in multiplayer mode manages to shirk the game's blanket of mediocrity and raise it to a standard that, while perhaps not actually excellent, is certainly rewarding and frequently fun. In that respect, what you get out of the game depends entirely on where your preferences lie. It's true that the dearth of first-person shooters on Nintendo's system might be justification enough to give High Voltage's creation a whirl but, sadly, The Conduit only offers quality FPS entertainment in sporadic bursts - if your gaming quotient comes from more than just the one console, then you're probably best looking elsewhere.

Presentation - 8.0
Graphics - 7.0
Sound - 6.5
Gameplay - 7.0
Lasting Appeal - 7.5
Overall -

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