That's their "bread and butter" as a videogames studio. This title in development "works well with or without" Kinect, revealed High Voltage's Eric Nofsinger.
"It's not announced yet," said chief creative officer Eric Nofsinger. "We're doing that with 2K. It's a licensed game. That's our bread and butter as a developer."
"That's how we've stayed in business for almost 18 years. We don't develop for just one hardware. We don't develop for just one genre of game. We don't develop with just one publisher. We've diversified all the way through," he continued.
An announcement should arrive "around GDC" he says. "This game works well with or without the Kinect," Nofsinger added. "It's supported as a device, so if you have the device it works very well, but I don't think it's this brilliant, genius idea."
"It works really well because it's a 360 game. I don't think it necessarily works really well because it's a Kinect game." High Voltage is currently working with SEGA to finish Nintendo Wii exclusive shooter Conduit 2. The original is heading to the 3DS.