Conduit 2 is a good follow-up to the original, although it's held back by troubles with dialogue.
Sound: 6/10 The sound is mostly as it should be. The weapon sounds, dialogue clarity, music, and ambient noise are good. The biggest drawbacks involve the voice acting. For one thing, while most of the dialogue is solid, there are some truly stupid and cheesy pieces of it. When you hear these, it makes you not want to take the game seriously. Second, the developers replaced Kevin Sorbo, Mark Sheppard, and William Morgan Sheppard with new actors to play Prometheus, Mark Ford, and John Adams, respectively. Bad move, High Voltage. The original voice actors did extremely well in the first game. Without them, the second game takes a nose dive in the sound department.
Control: 10/10 Like the first game, the control in Conduit 2 is one of its shining points. The game makes good use of Wii Motion Plus and, like the first game, the controls are highly customizable.
Content: 10/10 If you liked the first game, you'll like the second (probably). If you didn't like the first game, you won't like the second game. The action is solid, but doesn't really add anything new to the franchise with the exception of story advancement.