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Wii Music by Nintendo of America

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Wii Music is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 54.
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  • Platform: Nintendo Wii
  • Publisher: Nintendo of America
  • Developer: Nintendo
  • Category: Balance Board
  • Players:1-4 Players

Product Details:

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 jam by simply playing their instruments to the beat of a song or by improvising to their heart's content. Play faster. Play slower. Skip a beat, or throw in 10 more. No matter what you do, Wii Music automatically transforms your improv stylings into great music. There are no mistakes-just playing for the pure joy of playing.
  • Wii controls immerse you in the music. You can play most of the 60-plus instruments in Wii Music using simple motions with the Wii Remote and Nunchuk controllers. Strum to play guitar, banjo and sitar. Drum to play jazz drums, congas and marching drums. Hammer away to play piano, vibraphone and marimba. Unlike most music games, Wii Music doesn't make you use complex buttons. You only need to imitate playing the instrument.
  • Wii Music offers virtually endless ways to make music. You choose the song and instruments and decide whether to blaze through a rock take on classical songs, put a jazzy spin on folk tunes or transform Nintendo classics like the Super Mario Bros.® theme into Latin-flavored numbers. The song list is only a takeoff point-it's how you improvise with the songs that matters.
  • Send your band-jam recordings to Wii Friends who have Wii Music. They'll see your Mii band members, your players' improv styles and your instrument selections. They can watch your recordings, or play over parts of your song, then send their modified recording back to you. Improv jams can be sent back and forth over WiiConnect24 and changed again and again.
  • Beyond the Jam: Wii Music includes many other modes besides the main band jams, including several musical games and an enhanced video playback mode for recorded jams.
  • Play it again: Use the playback mode to see your jam recordings brought to life with dramatic camera angles.
  • Pick up the baton: Command an orchestra in the conducting game where you'll wave the Wii Remote controller like a conductor's baton to lead a Mii orchestra through orchestrated music. Make them play quickly, slowly, strongly or gently.
  • Ring a bell: Play a handbells game where you'll swing your Wii Remote and Nunchuk controllers to play your two handbells as part of a larger ensemble.
  • Everyone on the team has a job to do: Play one of your notes only when the tune demands it.
  • An ear for music: Take a tone quiz that tests your musical ear by giving you challenges, like putting note-playing Miis in order from lowest to highest pitch.
  • Bang the drum: Play a virtual drum set in the drumming mode, the one mode in Wii Music that also uses the Wii Balance Board accessory (sold with Wii Fit?). You'll use the Wii Remote and Nunchuk controllers as drumsticks, and place both feet on the Wii Balance Board-which work as virtual pedals for the bass drum and hi-hat cymbal.
Wii Music includes many other modes besides the main band jams, including several musical games and an enhanced video playback mode for recorded jams. 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 jam by simply playing their instruments to the beat of a song or by improvising to their heart's content. Play faster. Play slower. Skip a beat, or throw in 10 more. No matter what you do, Wii Music automatically transforms your improv stylings into great music. There are no mistakes - just playing for the pure joy of playing.
  • Wii controls immerse you in the music. You can play most of the 60-plus instruments in Wii Music using simple motions with the Wii Remote and Nunchuk controllers. Strum to play guitar, banjo and sitar. Drum to play jazz drums, congas and marching drums. Hammer away to play piano, vibraphone and marimba. Unlike most music games, Wii Music doesn't make you use complex buttons. You only need to imitate playing the instrument.
  • Wii Music offers virtually endless ways to make music. You choose the song and instruments and decide whether to blaze through a rock take on classical songs, put a jazzy spin on folk tunes or transform Nintendo classics like the Super Mario Bros.® theme into Latin-flavored numbers. The song list is only a takeoff point - it's how you improvise with the songs that matters.
  • Send your band-jam recordings to Wii Friends who have Wii Music. They'll see your Mii band members, your players' improv styles and your instrument selections. They can watch your recordings, or play over parts of your song, then send their modified recording back to you. Improv jams can be sent back and forth over WiiConnect24 and changed again and again.

Specifications:

Game Details

Number of Players
1-4 Players
Special Controllers
Wii Balance Board

Important Information:

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for Kids and Kids at Heart! This is in fact a great game! The game essentially takes your Mii and allows you to make music videos with your Mii using different instruments, but families with animal-loving children beware, with certain instrument type there is the option of a cat or dog suit. It's cute, but if they make the cat or dog meow or bark incessantly, which they will at some point, it will most likely drive you a little insane. (This is especially true with the cat because its meow is at a higher pitch than the dog) This game is truly a great game to play with your friends and kids. Not only can you make music videos, but you can also play three games on there as well. Mii Maestro where you direct an orchestra full of all your other Miis and try to either match the music or each other if you're playing in two-four player mode. Handbell Harmony where you try to match your timing with the Wii remote and nunchuck with the song. And finally Pitch Perfect, where you have various levels of difficulty where it will ask you questions such as which Mii is playing the wrong note, place the miis from lowest to highest pitch, and which song best describes the feeling, "There's a fly in my soup!" At the end of every level, it will ask you to fix the Miis so they will match the tune played by the speaker. As you may imagine, this gets harder throughout every level. It is a fun challenge and I know if you have kids, young siblings, and/or friends that are kids at heart, this game will not disappoint. Up to four players can make a music video and even if it's just you by yourself, there are little Miis that will fill in for the other music slots so you won't really be alone. I would certainly recommend this to a friend and I recommend it now to you. Thank you for reading my review and I hope you enjoy the game!
Date published: 2014-10-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Best Music Game!!! Awesome Music Game!!! Maybe The Best Music Game Ever!!! U gotta buy it!!! Play It!!! Live It!!!!!!!!
Date published: 2014-03-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It is a very good. Game Wii music is a very good game. However, the game is easy to complete and it seems to not give you much fun as it should be given. Overall, a very good game.
Date published: 2013-12-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from OK, but got a little annoying. I had a GameStop giftcard and this was $5 so I thought why not? Well, I would say DON'T ever pay full price and maybe not even pre-owned. So the maestro guy is VERY annoying. The whole game is kind of boring. You pretty much just move the remote and nunchuck and push a few random buttons. The little people are weird. The Be-Bops (metronome) are so loud, that I can barely hear the music. One part I like is in the mini games, I like Pitch Perfect. I would only get this for a kid or someone really into music and easy gaming. Oh, and there are only about 5 songs to do so far. Do re mi, My grandfather's clock, The flea waltz, Twinkle twinkle little star, and Daydream believer. No Owl City :( Anyway, I think Wii Party would be fun.
Date published: 2013-01-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Cool dont pay attention too haters this game can get boring but it is good game to give to little kids so i reconmend it to any new wii owners
Date published: 2012-09-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not like guitar hero, but not bad. Not bad at all. This game is actually pretty fun! But i find it strange how when i hit a note EXACTLY right, the pitch is off, ESPEICALLY in the Super Mario Bros. Song. Other than that, it's pretty fun!
Date published: 2012-03-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from MOST UNDERRATED GAME EVER what is with all these negative reviews? this is a high caliber music game. now here is what is different about this game and sets this game apart from other music games: in other games like guitar hero or rock band you have a set of notes to play and the more you got correct the higher your score. but in wii music there is no score. you get to customize your music in almost any way possible. you pick your song, and your stage and then you can change the tempo to rapidly fast or horribly slow. and you can even change instruments. thier are diffrent catagories of instruments to change to from japenese and electric to classical and rock. the stages in this game are really cool as well. from a club and on the back of a truck to a giant birthday cake and a music hall. there are over 70 instruments from pianos and drums to guitars and some things just downright random like rapper and beatboxer. there are also fun mini games. you can conduct an orchestra with a song of your choice, you can grab hand bells and play with the rythm of a song of your choice and you can use your memory skills and pick the right thing and goes with a hint you get before the game. and if you want to keep those songs that were really cool you can make a music video and save it. when you make a video you design your own CD case and rate it yourself. so overall wii music was a wide variety of music and game to choose from and with all the things you can do this game will keep you busy for a long time.
Date published: 2012-02-28
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Cool game, but got old after a few minutes I got this game thinking it was so fun but it was not what I expected. the game lets you play different instruments through the Wii remote which is nothing like how you play them in real life. Big whoop. it really makes you do every music practice perfectly or you will repeat it until you get so frustrated that you just turn the Wii off and do something better like rub your grandma's feet. looks fun, but if you want my opinion it's just going to collect dust on your shelf.
Date published: 2011-11-17
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