Mirr0rR3flection wrote:Why didn't you send this in as a tip to Gonintendo instead of making this thread?
gtt wrote:Mirr0rR3flection wrote:Why didn't you send this in as a tip to Gonintendo instead of making this thread?
probably because there is no real news here. it's just someone speculating on a forum.
Broken_Cartridge wrote:I don't even know what "The Grinder" is lol
J0RdAnN wrote: Otherwise look forward to them unveiling their new FPS on the 3DS at E3, just remember to grab your ASE.
J0RdAnN wrote:I keep in contact with HVS regularly (I'm one of the few that actually reports glitches and such in Conduit 2's online. Yep I the reason you have to wait 2 minutes to download a new patch every time you boot up the game.) Anyway regarding "The Grinder" the game is finished. It just doesn't have a publisher, Sega won't do it because it's in an "Over saturated market" on the PS3/360 and "M" rated games don't sell on Wii. Even though the last time we saw the PS3/360 version (about 2009?) it was a 4 player top down dungeon crawler. Makes me wonder if they just switched it to an FPS on all consoles. It is very possible that it will end up on Wii U as there is a small cult like group that shows interest in the game. Otherwise look forward to them unveiling their new FPS on the 3DS at E3, just remember to grab your ASE.
J0RdAnN wrote:Well they helped make Star Was Kinect (they did the land speeder and dancing levels) swell as a number of other bad dancing games for Kinect. Sounds like they've been busy with licensed games lately.
Uranio23 wrote:Hi everyone, just read all the comments about HVS waiting for a publisher and I was just wondering ... Is there a way HVS can ask for donations or something like that ??
Anyway, if they could release someking of downloadable demo ... Too bad WiiWare has such limitations ... Maybe a demo for 3DS ??? ...
Who knows ... I'm still looking forward to play this game on my Wii ...
J0RdAnN wrote:I still haven't heard from HVS on this... :/
xxbrothawizxx wrote:J0RdAnN wrote:I still haven't heard from HVS on this... :/
I'm just glad we're going to be getting Conduit 3DS. I've been badgering them with emails for a few months now and was sad to hear the game was put on hold as of early January. Can't wait to see what they've done w/ the hardware and how deep the multiplayer will be this time around. We need more quality games on the system, and Conduit should also nicely fill the noticeable FPS gap in the system's library. I only worry that the game won't sell well. If Call of duty doesn't drop onto 3DS this year I can see the game easily sailing past 300,000 copies in its first few months, but if COD shows up and is actually a valiant effort (as the Wii versions surprisingly were), even I would have to make a tough decision. E3 is going to killer this year.....
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