Imagine what it feels to kick and punch your opponents in the way you want to do. This opportunity is given to you by Wii. They are bringing a game called Gladiator A.D. It’s a fighting game being developed by High Voltage Software. In recent times, some of the Wii’s most successful and different from the track titles are developed by High Voltage Software, like The Conduit, Evasive Space and High Voltage Hot Rod Show. There will be two modes in the game single and multiplayer. Release of the game on WiiWare is still unknown. No release dates are confirmed by the developers. However, there is a hint of Gladiator A.D. being released in the start of the year 2010. The game will make us of a new kind of game engine called Quantum 3. It is designed specially for games from the genre of fighting game. Gladiator A.D. will make use of all the Wii accessories starting from Wii Remotes and Nunchuk to Wii MotionPlus.
Players will assume the roles of Ancient Roman gladiators. They will fight in different arenas. Gameplay of the game is described as a hybrid between 3D fighting games like Bushido Blade and Fight Night. Wii Remote can be used to initiate the attack and if want variation in your attacks use Wii MotionPlus. Characters of Gladiator A.D. will have their own features and unique fighting styles. Weapons and armor are 100% customizable and narrative that will change as the players decisions change when they move forward in the game. As you will progress in the game, more and more gladiators will be unlocked as playable characters. Against the strategy of Wii, High Voltage also confirmed that there would be humiliating and violent finishing moves in the game. Audiences inside the game will respond to how players fight in arena. The Quantum game engine used in the game is the modifies version of the Quantum 3 used in the games like The Conduit and The Grinder which are also presented at E3 2009. Visual arts of the game are said to be inspired from the movie 300. One of the visual effect will be use of slow motion during power attacks.