GameStyle: Conduit 2 wears schlock on its sleeve. The generic setting, the stoically dismay characters, voice acting that unintentionally grates more than House of the Dead 2. Schlock is hardly offensive, for what are Indiana Jones, Harry Potter and Halo if not high-concept generica. Schlock can even be appealing, a cheap thrill as you hazily delve into the budget DVDs during a post-pub drinks run at the petrol station. But Conduit 2 is not a B-movie and one cannot escape that curious feeling that Conduit 2 takes itself more seriously than you could possibly believe, and asks the same of you.