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Wii Music £19.99 Delivered @ Shopto

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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. Mus…
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8y, 1m agoFound 8 years, 1 month ago
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.
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#1
I'll add some heat to that mate :thumbsup:

Mike..
#2
Good price - probably what it should have cost from the off.

Very nearly ordered, but then realised I just have TOO MANY GAMES THAT ARE STILL SEALED!!!

.....and I just downloaded Flower from PSN........should fill the non-gaming game niche for a while.......
#3
Was just gonna post this, regardless, hot
#4
Link goes to ShopTop main page for me.

Direct Link: http://www.shopto.net/WII/GAMES/WIIMU00-Wii%20Music.html

Intrigued by this game :-D good price
#5
oh sod it, I've bought a copy. Damn you HUKD!!!
#6
Hot deal for an absolutely dreadful game.
#7
4% On Quidco As Well
#8
Why is this expired?
#9
rudie111
Why is this expired?


Someone doesn't like Wii?

Could a mod please unexpire? Ta:)
#10
belovedmonster
Hot deal for an absolutely dreadful game.


Best read a review before you part with any money:

http://uk.wii.ign.com/articles/921/921024p1.html

Wii Music Review
Our condolences to the two-and-a-half million people who buy this game.


I wouldn't qualify Wii Music as an abysmal failure. The truth is, I like some of the concepts powering the game. The ability to dynamically alter music using a variety of instruments. The fact that you can layer together different songs and really create your own style. And the integration of Mii avatars, not to mention WiiConnect24 support, definitely add further polish to the fun and simple presentation. I think for all of the above reasons, kids may really latch onto Nintendo's latest effort (although I feel a little sorry for parents who must endure the cacophony of noises coming from their child's bedroom).

That said, I think most adults will quickly recognize that Wii Music is little more than a noise maker tied to a series of gestures and grow bored of the experience in a matter of hours, if not minutes. The controls aren't particularly intuitive, but gimmicky, and the selection of music is fundamentally flawed with dated public domain songs rendered in equally dated MIDI. That Guitar Hero World Tour's complementary modes -- namely Mii Freestyle and advanced studio -- completely obliterate the entire Wii Music package is proof just how much Nintendo's game either doesn't do or doesn't do well.
#11
.......or, for another perspective:

Give Wii Music a try if you're growing lethargic of repeating the same songs in the same way over and over -- you might learn something about how music composition works, and you may discover your more creative side. Compared to other games of the genre and casual games in general, Wii Music is really more of a basic creative canvas than a "melt-your-fingers-off" game, but it enables its players to do a lot with a little and to do it nearly however they want -- it pulls this all off with a relative amount of finesse, too.


- Zentendo
#12
You could argue that any game is generally a repetitive click and move affair, the difference that lifts most decent, this being one, Wii games is the group playing together. Not self pleasuring shoot, run, shoot games that are all gloss and no substance. Wii does its job in the right places.
#13
Mine came today (ordered Thursday night) - great service from Shopto, again.

Game is great fun - played it with the kids, and rest of family, and we had a lot of fun - seems to be plenty to unlock/explore. I think if people saw this as a musical 'toy', rather than a game, they would actually appreciate it properly.
#14
I heard that to play the drum section of this game a wii fit board is required to use at the drum pedal, can someone confrim if this is true or not.
#15
Blender
I heard that to play the drum section of this game a wii fit board is required to use at the drum pedal, can someone confrim if this is true or not.


I read a review from metacritic that says that wii fit board can be used for bass drum pedal and hi-hat cymbals.
mentioned here:
http://uk.wii.ign.com/articles/929/929336p2.html

contradicted , however in another review??
Take, for example, the drums, which require that you use a Wii Balance Board, nunchuk and Wii remote, but also the C, Z and A buttons in combination with the analog stick and D-Pad to play beats. It feels like NASA scientists designed the control configuration. It is one of the most unintuitive control setups I have ever played in any videogame and I'd be astounded if a wide chunk of younger players kept with it.
http://uk.wii.ign.com/articles/921/921024p2.html
#16
The Drumming section is incredibly complicated - Wii Fit board for Bass and Hi-hat - then other drums are hit with nunchuck and Wiimote, using a combination of buttons to hit different drums. As ign said, very unintuative.

That is only a small section of Wii Music though, plenty to do without the drums/balance board. The drums in the other sections of the game can be controlled with just the wiimote/nunchuck.
#17
dancrawley
The Drumming section is incredibly complicated - Wii Fit board for Bass and Hi-hat - then other drums are hit with nunchuck and Wiimote, using a combination of buttons to hit different drums. As ign said, very unintuative.

That is only a small section of Wii Music though, plenty to do without the drums/balance board. The drums in the other sections of the game can be controlled with just the wiimote/nunchuck.

So must you have the balance board to play the druming part of the game?

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