gamers (100%) found this review helpful
This game is so addicting!!!!!! You know the Addicting Games website??? This game I think is a lot more fun than all of those games on there and I have only played a few!!!!!! But hey, when it is summer and you are bored, what else do you have to do????!!!! I thought that all my other games like High School Musical Sing It and games like that where really fun, but this beats all of them!!!!! I used to sit around the house watching TV all day, but now that I have that game, I have something to do!!! :) :) :) :0
gamers (86%) found this review helpful
Let me start off by saying this is not meant for the Guitar Hero/Rock Band crowd. This game is simply a way to pass the time for adults, and give the kids a reason to care about classical music.
So I am going to review this game for ages 5 to 10. (Teens will not be easily amused with the song line-up)
Wii music incorporates the Wii mote to controll everything from a violin to drums. It's really easy to pick up and fun to watch your Miis do more than just parade in the Wii plaza. Most of the songs are pretty remidial, however some of the Nintendo compositions will surely peak your kids interest.
There are also several mini-games where you have to listen to appreciate how to play.
The main feature is getting the family involved (everyone picking an instrament)and cutting a few music videos. (from the composition tothe packaging) This also unlocks further songs.
Now may sites have criticized this release as being too simplistic and too much money. I feel for kids the price is descent. It costs less than most games wich offer nothing more than unoriginal gameplay. This is at least informative and somwhat a new entry into the next gen consoles.
So if you have kids, and you cant afford a night to the symphony (I attended Video Games Live last month, at a cost of 200 bucks). Then Wii music might just Conduct you to a Movement.