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Sega Announces Wii MotionPlus Support For The Conduit 2

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Posted June 11, 2010 - By Jake Gaskill

 Sega Announces Wii MotionPlus Support For The Conduit 2

For those gamers craving the utmost control over their alien slaying will be pleased to know that Sega has announced that High Votage Software’s sci-fi shooter sequel The Conduit 2 will include Wii MotionPlus support.

High Voltage chief creative officer Eric Nofsinger said in a press release that even though The Conduit didn’t include MotionPlus support, “We looked at it for the original game, took a look at its implementation in other titles, and ultimately felt that we could add to the experience in Conduit 2 by supporting it.”


Nofsinger added that while MotionPlus isn’t required, “it does offer a level of extra control and adds value to those with the accessory.” You know, if that kind of thing is important to you.

Sega will be showing off Conduit 2 at E3 2010 next week, so be sure to check back then to find out how much more satisfying it is to blast some Druge skull.

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