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Post by Godwind on Thu Feb 04, 2010 4:55 pm

http://wii.ign.com/articles/106/1066623p2.html

Oh wells. Ain't exclusive anymore. I was never interested in this title anyways.

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Post by lil boy blue 300 on Thu Feb 04, 2010 5:09 pm

well better game coming anyways. meh
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Post by BlackSabbath370 on Thu Feb 04, 2010 5:19 pm

thats fing lame, now the game is gonna be crap
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Post by Vorox2400 on Thu Feb 04, 2010 5:28 pm

well now we know how it felt when monster hunter tri was announced to the wii :/
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Post by Super Smash Bros. Fan on Thu Feb 04, 2010 6:20 pm

I am indeed disappointed that this is no longer a Wii exclusive, but it's not worth crying over. I'll still support it, regardless.

But that's when the disappointement ends and the laughters begins. Look at the IGN thread regarding the news and you'll see that many Wii owners are outraged about this. Looks like we're going to get our first Wii game that will actually receive a petition demanding that the game remains Wii exclusive.
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Post by SoaringDive on Thu Feb 04, 2010 7:23 pm

Vorox2400 wrote:well now we know how it felt when monster hunter tri was announced to the wii :/

Yeah, but people who own only PS3s can't play MH3, where as people who have Wiis still can play The Grinder.

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Post by MetaSmashBro on Thu Feb 04, 2010 8:06 pm

Well if you look at HVS's history, I don't think anyone will get hyped or even buy The Grinder.
I'm looking at you, TCON.
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Post by Prophet6000 on Thu Feb 04, 2010 9:21 pm

This is horrible idk if i want it now if it is gonna be on a more powerful system
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Post by Darrien on Thu Feb 04, 2010 9:39 pm

oh no Razz

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Post by Prophet6000 on Thu Feb 04, 2010 9:49 pm

This news was kinda a slap in a face for wii owners i was all happy about getting the grinder but not anymore
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Post by Gyoza on Thu Feb 04, 2010 10:30 pm

fake and gay
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Post by Static man2 on Thu Feb 04, 2010 10:48 pm

ignore Gyoza he has squaids. but it is a really slap in the face.

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Post by Vorox2400 on Thu Feb 04, 2010 10:56 pm

Static man2 wrote:ignore Gyoza he has squaids. but it is a really slap in the face.

oh yeah? two camels in tiny car
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Post by darkwingdragon709 on Thu Feb 04, 2010 11:29 pm

...I CAN'T BELIEVE THIS SHIT!!! this crap ruined my night! now not only does the wii lose a valuable exclusive, the wii version is gonna get the shaft compaired to the others, the game itself is gonna lose its value and be labeled a L4D clone even worst now, AND the whole point of the games development will lose its meanin!

360/ps3 fantards are gonna come down on wii owners HARD when when its compaired to the graphically and online superior versions...AND the hope of gettin multi console owners to buy a good wii game for once are slim to none now...i saw atleast 40 people in the comments say "WELP! now i can just get this on the 360 now. don't have to get a wii for this anymore." NOW THIS GAME IS GONNA GET EVEN LESS SALES THAN IT MAY HAVE!!! THUS SUPPORTIN THE IDIOTS WHO BELIEVE A GOOD 3RD PARTY GAME CAN'T SELL ON THE WII!!!


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Post by darkwingdragon709 on Thu Feb 04, 2010 11:43 pm

Vorox2400 wrote:well now we know how it felt when monster hunter tri was announced to the wii :/
...no...NO! THIS IS NOWHERE NEAR THE SAME LEVEL OF IMPACT! the ps3 has NOTHIN to prove where as the wii is CONSTANTLY looked at as a 2nd rate console this gen. the ps3 can MORE than afford to lose a AAA exclusive like MH3, but the grinder was made to make a point...and this BULLSHIT decision COMPLETELY destroys it.

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Post by Arbiteris#2 on Fri Feb 05, 2010 10:39 am

No more heroes 2 and now this?That must suck for wii fans.


I would rather get L4D then Grinder anyways.
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Post by Kamina#1 on Fri Feb 05, 2010 11:23 am

Arbiteris#2 wrote:No more heroes 2 and now this?That must suck for wii fans.


I would rather get L4D then Grinder anyways.
dude,the original no more heroes is getting ported not NMH 2!
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Post by Arbiteris#2 on Fri Feb 05, 2010 11:26 am

Kamina#1 wrote:
Arbiteris#2 wrote:No more heroes 2 and now this?That must suck for wii fans.


I would rather get L4D then Grinder anyways.
dude,the original no more heroes is getting ported not NMH 2!

My bad then.
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Post by Godwind on Fri Feb 05, 2010 11:33 am

darkwingdragon709 wrote:...I CAN'T BELIEVE THIS SHIT!!! this crap ruined my night! now not only does the wii lose a valuable exclusive, the wii version is gonna get the shaft compaired to the others, the game itself is gonna lose its value and be labeled a L4D clone even worst now, AND the whole point of the games development will lose its meanin!

360/ps3 fantards are gonna come down on wii owners HARD when when its compaired to the graphically and online superior versions...AND the hope of gettin multi console owners to buy a good wii game for once are slim to none now...i saw atleast 40 people in the comments say "WELP! now i can just get this on the 360 now. don't have to get a wii for this anymore." NOW THIS GAME IS GONNA GET EVEN LESS SALES THAN IT MAY HAVE!!! THUS SUPPORTIN THE IDIOTS WHO BELIEVE A GOOD 3RD PARTY GAME CAN'T SELL ON THE WII!!!

Seriously mate? To be honest, it never seemed like worth news flipping out over. Partially because The Conduit was never a good game.

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Post by sulley on Fri Feb 05, 2010 11:53 am

i dont think this will be very good as a multi platform game. especialy on the 360 and PC where it will have to compete against left 4 dead 1 and 2, also i think on the 360 it will go down as an average first person shooter.
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Post by RollingSilver on Fri Feb 05, 2010 1:14 pm

darkwingdragon709 wrote:...I CAN'T BELIEVE THIS SHIT!!! this crap ruined my night! now not only does the wii lose a valuable exclusive, the wii version is gonna get the shaft compaired to the others, the game itself is gonna lose its value and be labeled a L4D clone even worst now, AND the whole point of the games development will lose its meanin!

360/ps3 fantards are gonna come down on wii owners HARD when when its compaired to the graphically and online superior versions...AND the hope of gettin multi console owners to buy a good wii game for once are slim to none now...i saw atleast 40 people in the comments say "WELP! now i can just get this on the 360 now. don't have to get a wii for this anymore." NOW THIS GAME IS GONNA GET EVEN LESS SALES THAN IT MAY HAVE!!! THUS SUPPORTIN THE IDIOTS WHO BELIEVE A GOOD 3RD PARTY GAME CAN'T SELL ON THE WII!!!

o noez mah valuable exclusivezzzz

we're still getting monster hunter, fragile, arc rise fantasia, tales of graces, red steel 2, and the likes. plus your precious little grinder's got nothing compared to its big brothers like left 4 dead or those other shooters.

for all i know, this game will flop pretty hard after all the heat they gave the conduit
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Post by Arbiteris#2 on Fri Feb 05, 2010 1:39 pm

I dont think the Grinder will make much success after what happened to the Conduit.

It's rare that a 3rd party game will make success on the wii.
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Post by darkwingdragon709 on Fri Feb 05, 2010 3:12 pm

well now that its all said and done...to HELL with high voltage, they lost all my respect now. in all honesty i only bought conduit cause i wanted to support a dev that WANTED to make a game that felt nextgen on the wii. i HATE FPSs with a passion(minus a handful), but i was able to atleast appreciate the game and understood its flaws cause i recognized the fact that HV was completely self funded, used a NOT FINISHED engine to make the game, AND lacked a publisher for 80% of the conduits development...and i still have fun with the game online. they got my respect simply cause i appreciated the meanin behind the conduit...but now they lost it with this move.

but ya know...you guys are right. this is the year of the wii, and we have WAY too many AAA exclusives commin for me to sob over a FPS clone made by a backwater C level dev.

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Post by Godwind on Fri Feb 05, 2010 3:14 pm

darkwingdragon709 wrote:but ya know...you guys are right. this is the year of the wii, and we have WAY too many AAA exclusives commin for me to sob over a FPS clone made by a backwater C level dev.

That's the spirit.

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Post by MetaSmashBro on Fri Feb 05, 2010 4:13 pm

Godwind wrote:
darkwingdragon709 wrote:but ya know...you guys are right. this is the year of the wii, and we have WAY too many AAA exclusives commin for me to sob over a FPS clone made by a backwater C level dev.

That's the spirit.
Words could never be truer. *puts HVS on hate list*
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