There are a lot of things in life I wish I could un-see, most of which can’t be mentioned on this site for legal reasons. Wii Music, specifically the game’s E3 presentation is one of these things. Despite this faceplam moment, a lukewarm reception and under-performing sales, Shigeru Miyamoto hasn’t given up on the franchise yet.
Mr. Mario spoke out to Edge on the title, saying, “As soon as we’ve finished a project, I always have regrets about what we could or should’ve done,” count one of those regrets as pretending to play the saxophone with a Wii Remote in front of everyone at E3.
“But then there are these great ideas that we can utilize with future projects, one way or another. Some people might say Wii Music is a good example. It’s been said that it could have sold much more than it actually has to date, but it simply means that I have some assets right now that, by tweaking something, we might be able to have great success with in future.”
Okay so maybe not quite Wii Music 2, more of a Wii Music Plus, perhaps? Maybe Miyamoto will be air guitaring his way onto the stage in LA this year, one can only hope.