Wii is a free form music game for the Wii that simulates playing musical instruments using the Wii Remote, Nunchuk, and the Wii Balance Board (in Drum Mode only). The game is part Nintendo's Touch! Generations brand.
Wii Music was originally suggested as a Wii launch game, but was not released at launch and received little coverage from the company over the next several months. However, in 2008, Nintendo explained more about the game in preparation for its release scheduled for later that year.
In Wii Music, the player uses both motions and button presses on the Wii Remote and Nunchuk to control a band of up to six Miis. Unlike other music games, Wii Music does not require the player to press specific buttons at certain times but only requires the player to move the Wii Remote and Nu
nchuk as if he or she were playing the instruments.
Sixty-six playable instruments are available in the single and multiplayer modes, including the violin, Drum, cowbell, clarinet, harmonica, piano, guitar, trumpet, harp, shamisen, maracas, sitar and marimba, as well as unconventional instruments such as dog and cat sounds, pseudo doo-wop vocals (Singer), Kung Fu (Blackbelt), cheerleader, and 8-bit (music). In addition, the Wii Balance Board can be utilized to play the drums. Some instruments also have extra playing options. For example, with woodwind instruments, the player can aim the Wii Remote up or down to simulate an increase or decrease in blowing strength, while with Guitar instruments the player can hold down the C button to get chords instead of single notes
Why do we like Wii Music?
The game was a hot favourite from the day of the release. The game sold thousands of copies around the world. It also received many awards and excellent reviews. This is why all of us like the game Wii Music.
Why is Wii famous?
Critical reception to the game was mixed, with a 62/100 aggregate score at Metacritic. Wii Music was given a score of A- by 1UP.comThe game sold 92,000 copies in its first week of release in Japan. It is the 30th best-selling game of Japan in 2008. In North America, the game sold around 66,000 copies in around the same period after release.