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The Conduit Screenshots and Images - Wii

Game Description:Aliens have launched an all-out assault on America's capitol. A nation already stunned by the invasion takes another blow when a rumor leaks that Uncle Sam may have played a part. But why would the government invite a war in its own backyard? Enter a world held captive by war and haunted by conspiracy in this gripping first-person shooter. Your code name: Mr. Ford. Your job: battle aliens, fight hostile enemies, and counteract rogue agents with high-tech gadgets, sci-fi-style weapons, and high-stakes spy tactics. Built from the ground up for the Wii, The Conduit lets you tailor controls to your style, even on the fly, for an award-winning action experience.
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The Conduit Screenshot & Image Galleries

  • Morgan Webb Talks About The Conduit for Wii

    Posted: July 7, 2009

    10,865 Views | 03:40

  • The Conduit UK Multiplayer Trailer

    Posted: July 2, 2009

    1,123 Views | 02:53

  • The Conduit Launch Trailer

    Posted: June 25, 2009

    1,454 Views | 01:42

  • The Conduit DC Monumental Gameplay Trailer

    Posted: June 22, 2009

    2,424 Views | 01:01

  • The Conduit Trailer from E3 2009

    Posted: June 3, 2009

    1,372 Views | 01:25

 


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