Packing over 60 instruments, the motion-controlled music software--first revealed at this year's E3--is said to let "people turn their living rooms into fun concert halls" and "aims to bring a deeper love and appreciation of music to everyone," according to Nintendo.
Along with the wide range of instruments, over 50 songs will be available to play in-game. No specifics were mentioned, though popular, licensed, classical and Nintendo songs were promised.
For more on Wii Music, check out our hands-on preview.
They should do a series of ads starring Robbie Drums