Nintendo's VP of Corporate Affairs, Denise Kaigler, says the company isn't competing against Guitar Hero
and Rock Band
overly-casual Wii Music
. She explains to GameDaily
that the company is trying to make "enriching opportunities for consumers" and have them create something unique. Yes, tempo creation through waggle
is certainly unique.
Kaigler tells the site that Wii Music
will have the "power to inspire kids to develop an interest in music." Well, as GayGamer discovered
, it sure didn't inspire the media attending E3 this year. We're
sure that Wii Music
will find an audience somewhere, even if it is just the rugrats roaming the great plains of the playpen.