Audio solution provider Audiokinetic has signed a long-term agreement with development studio High Voltage Software, where it is granted an unlimited license of its Wwise audio pipeline solution.
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High Voltage Software, currently working on its FPS The Conduit, announced that it will host a booth at next month's E3, where visitors will have a chance to play the studio's latest title. High Voltage will also be showing an unannounced IP behind closed doors to select media representatives.
Founded in 1993, this month High Voltage Software is celebrating 15 years of independent game development, having its first title developed for Sega's Game Gear handheld system in 1995, and has since developed more than 60 games across multiple generations of hardware, including a number of hit titles.
There is no question that the Nintendo Wii is the current sales leader of its generation, yet it is lagging behind in terms of its graphics and overall gaming technology. High Voltage Software strives to change this trend by creating Wii games that look like X360 or PS3 titles.
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