wii-musicWii Music might be a pretty poor game and it might be considered a failure by everybody, but teachers have a different opinion (probably helped a little by Nintendo): the music game will be incorporated into lesson plans to offer a “unique tool for creativity and improvisation”. So it’s like when a game does not sell, send it to schools for youngsters to play it. Pretty fair…

“The goal of Wii Music is to inspire people of all ages to enjoy music,” said Cammie Dunaway, Nintendo of America’s executive VP of Sales & Marketing. “By partnering with educators and bringing Wii Music into their classrooms, we hope to give students a memorable, hands-on experience that helps them discover their own creative voice.”

In other words, Nintendo’s Wii Music might be introduced into the lesson plans of teachers from MENC: The National Association for Music Education ( the world’s largest arts education organization), San Francisco’s Blue Bear School of Music and New York’s Opus 118 Harlem School of Music. If results will be satisfactory, probably we’ll see Nintendo’s Wii Music in even more schools. Thank God Wii Fit has some impressive sales, otherwise it might have replaced classic physical education lessons…

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