Wii Music

National Association for Music Education endorses Wii Music

REDMOND, Wash.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Nintendo’s new Wii Musicâ„¢ game is spreading from the family room to the classroom, thanks to newly formed collaborations with select schools and educators. To help inspire students and promote an active appreciation for music, Nintendo is working with teachers to incorporate Wiiâ„¢ consoles and Wii Music software into their lesson plans to offer ...

Miyamoto talks Wii Music, online, the future

There’s a five-pager up over at Edge today with Shigeru Miyamoto that makes for a good Friday morning read. In it, the father of Nintendo talks Wii Music, and the trials and tribulations that have come so far with that evergreen title. There’s also the brief aside to online play that every Nintendo exec seemingly makes today, in addition to some insight about what Miyamoto has in store...

Infendo Radio 127 – Turkey Talking Time

Okay, so maybe we don’t talk about turkeys or the country of Turkey this week, but Kyle, Will, and I do discuss Play It On Wii, whether or not Super Mario Bros 3 is better than Super Mario World, the Balance Board is back, and the Wii Music Contest winner announced! Radio Feed iTunes Feed MP3 So put down that fork and be sure to leave some comments or give us a call on the Infendo Radio Hotl...

Nintendo not worried about poor Wii Music sales

Sales projections for Nintendo’s winter “smash hit” title Wii Music, fell short of intended data expected to be as great as Wii Fit’s first month (650,000+). October yielded a meager 60,000 copies in the United States since Wii Music’s launch. Nintendo vice president of marketing, Cammie Dunaway expressed the company’s reaction to the incoming numbers…

Win a copy of Wii Music from Infendo Radio!

Tune in to this week’s broadcast of Infendo Radio number 125 to find out how you can win a copy of Wii Music!

Infendo Radio 124 is hypnotized by music

Prepare your ears and serve them well with Infendo Radio 124!  Listen up as we chat about music games this week and share a little Kirby love, too. Radio Feed iTunes Feed MP3 Be sure to leave some comments or give us a call on the Infendo Radio Hotline: 206-338-BIGN (206-338-2446).

Wii Music: Toy, Instrument, or Musical Tool?

“We have this firm belief that the more you chew, the more flavor you get.” Nintendo Representative JC Rodrigo told me at Nintendo’s Fall Media event in early October, “There’s a lot of different levels and depth to a game. Take Wii Music for example, Kids can pick it up and get the instant gratification of ‘Oh, I get it, It’s a piano,’ but for guys that are really into music, ...

New Game Get – Nintendo releases for the week ending October 25th

This week’s new release list is a little overwhelming and underwhelming at the same time. Out of nearly fifty games coming out this week, there might be three worth anyone’s interest.  Possible winners on the DS list are Away: Shuffle Dungeon and Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia.  The only choice pick for Wii is Wii Music which ships on the 20th. I will note that there is a game coming...

Poll – Wii Music

Nintendo’s new music software comes out next week, so let us know: {democracy:64}

Wii Music features 14 licensed songs

Wii Music is supposed to have about 50 songs on the disc when you buy it. Now since there is only 14 licensed tracks you can guess that the other 36 songs are going to either be public domain songs, or songs and themes from popular Nintendo games. Though you would think that Nintendo is smarter than that, and would make a game that is to be enjoyed by everyone. So of course it was expected that th...

Guitar Hero World Tour Wii screens

Activision last week released 12 new screenshots for the Wii version of Guitar Hero World Tour, including the Wii Music knock-off mode that’s sure to obviate the purchase of Miyamoto’s latest (perhaps only) failed idea. Why buy Wii Music when you can play the full version of World Tour, plus a Wii Music bonus emulator with licensed tracks (aka not Yankee Doodle midi quality)? The mind,...

Reggie: We made Wii Music look too simple

Like Othello, Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime wants you to know that Wii Music is simple to learn, but will take a lifetime to master. “What’s powerful in Wii Music is this juxtaposition of something that looks so simple but is wonderfully difficult to master,” Reggie Fils-Aime told VentureBeat. “We may have done that title an injustice at E3 by showing somet...

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