High Voltage provides middleware for Wii devs [update]

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David Hinkle
April 22nd, 2008
In this article: high-voltage, middleware, quantum3
High Voltage provides middleware for Wii devs [update]
Remember that engine that High Voltage made for the Wii? The one with the nice water effects? Well, it looks like that engine, Quantum3, is now available to developers working with the Wii. This new middleware should hopefully help developers create some amazing experiences on the console.

"Most Wii games don't even look as good as the later day PS2 titles and that's a real slap in the face to consumers," says High Voltage CEO Kerry Ganofsky. "We believe that third-party developers need to step up to the plate and deliver. The Wii platform is capable of a lot more than what consumers have seen so far. We're hoping to raise a new bar." No word on any upcoming games using Quantum3 yet, but we can't wait to see the next project that does.

Update: Removed previous image as some found it to be toeing the line a bit. Sorry about that, folks!

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