Majesco Entertainment has today announced Major Minor's Majestic March for the Wii. The intriguing marching band game is developed by NanaOn-Sha and marks the return of the creative team behind the PaRappa the Rapper franchise: game designer and multimedia musician Masaya Matsuura and New York artist Rodney Alan Greenblat.
"There's something magical about marching bands that truly captures the imagination. The concept of leading a virtual band that's reliant on your musicianship is a perfect fit for the interactive capabilities of Wii," said John Merchant, Marketing Manager, Majesco Europe.
In Major Minor's Majestic March players use the Wii Remote as a special baton that the band leader uses to keep tempo, recruit new band members and pick up items. The game will feature eight locations, over 30 popular marching band songs and 15 different instruments, including brass, woodwinds and percussion.
Scoring is based on how well the player is able to maintain the band's rhythm and manages the obstacles that threat to throw the procession into disorder.
At this time no release date has been announced