Wii Music News
Here are our picks, but what are yours?
As regular readers will know, every weekend we post a write-up of the games Team Nintendo Life will be playing in our spare time. As you'll also likely know, this week saw the release of a pretty major Nintendo game, and you can probably guess where this week's entries are headed. So, please accept our...
Life changing inspiration from the most unsuspected of places
In this guest feature, Nintendo Life regular and chiptune musician Shiryu explains how Wii Music played a pivotal role in encouraging his prolific output. As tradition mandates every year, I sat watching the Nintendo's 2008 E3 presentation with high hopes of a new F-Zero being finally...
Could Mario pop up as a session player?
It's been almost two years since Nintendo launched its creative take on the rhythm/music genre with Wii Music and Shigeru Miyamoto has hinted that a sequel could be in the works, or at least some point in the future. Talking to Techland, Miyamoto spoke about the use of Mii characters in connecting players in...
Miyamoto sees more in the future of Wii Music.
ONM UK didn't just grill Shigeru Miyamoto on Mario, they also asked him some questions about other games. One of these was Wii Music. It's quite logical to think that after Wii Fit Plus, Nintendo would also want to offer an enhanced version of Wii Music. But although Miyamoto would like to do more with the game, "Wii Music Plus" is not on the..
Wii Music instrumental in promoting musical arm waving curriculum for U.S. Schools
With the short attention span of so many kids these days, how do we reach out and turn them on to the interactive fun of musical instruments? Give them an interactive video game, of course. In Washington D.C. a new program is trying to entice kids into the music curriculum with Wii Music. On Thursday kids at H.D..
Shiggys has responded to some of the harsh critique his latest game, Wii Music, has incurred on the Internet, basically explaining that the typical reviewer, the hardcore gamer, probably doesn't get the point of the game.
There’s two ways I can talk about that. One is, I think — you point out the IGN review in particular. And my guess is that...
Nintendo announce that Wii Music will hit the stage this October in the US and November in Europe.
Creating fun for all the family, this fall will see the arrival of Wii Music. Whether you are a music maestro or taking your first musical steps, this new title for Wii will have the whole family creating unique musical performances together with over 60 different instruments to choose from. Perhaps..
Nintendo's latest game from the original "Wii" series will be available this Christmas, designed by the legendary Shigeru Miyamoto and aims to put a new twist on music games.
Create a musical masterpiece with up to four players. Anyone can play the huge selection of instruments in Wii Music with simple motions—like strumming and drumming. It’s easy to play improv jams. Musicians in your band..
Wii Music is expected to be shown at E3 with a release coming pretty soon.
With the glut in popularity of musical games (cough Guitar Hero 583) Nintendo are putting finishing touches to Wii Music which was first shown at the initial announcement of the Wii many years ago. New information revealed by N-Europe today suggests that there will be 40 different instruments to play requiring both button..
Nintendo's Greek distribution CEO George Katrinakis has shed some light upon upcoming Wii titles Wii Music and Wii Health.
Wii Music was seemingly unveiled at last years E3 whereby the gamer uses the Wii Remote as a baton in order to conduct an orchestra of Mii characters. Interestingly a stripped down form of this gameplay was seen in Wario Ware Smooth Moves. In Wii Music gamers will be able to..