Publisher SEGA on Tuesday night held a private press event to demonstrate the hotly anticipated multiplayer component of its forthcoming first-person shooter, The Conduit, set to launch exclusively on Wii this June. But apparently Nintendo's own conduit prevented such a demo from taking place.
Journalists on-hand, the show was set to begin at 6:00 p.m.-ish Tuesday, but as SEGA tried to demonstrate the shooter's online connection, it ran into a brick wall -- specifically, Nintendo's servers. Apparently the servers had gone down shortly before the demo could begin and therefore the publisher could not connect the game online. As a result, the demo was halted and SEGA chose instead to focus on the title's single-player mode.
It is still unclear if this demonstration is meant to simulate gamers' own experiences as they attempt to connect online via Nintendo's servers. That is a joke. We kid because we love, Nintendo.
Anyway, High Voltage's still-great shooter's online component will have to be played another day. Whenever that is, we'll be there.
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