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Wii Play is a Party game published by Nintendo released on February 12, 2007 for the Nintendo Wii.Wii Music is a free form music game developed and published by Nintendo for the Wii video game console. In Wii Music, the player uses both motions and button presses on the Wii Remote and Nunchuk to control a six-member band with 5 "Tutes" and 1 Mii.Wii Music was also first shown, along with the Wii Remote, at the Nintendo press conference at the 2005 Tokyo Game Show.The two minigames briefly featured were Drums and Orchestra.Wii Music also got a 6.5/10 from Game Spot, who said that Wii Music, while fun and easy to pick up and play, is hard to recommend because older children and adults would only get a few hours of entertainment.The game received a 5/10 from IGN, who called the game "a noise maker tied to a series of gestures" and cited "gimmicky" controls and poor sound quality, in addition to a "fundamentally flawed" soundtrack.The game was also the first Wii game ever to be demonstrated during Nintendo's E3 2006 press conference, where Shigeru Miyamoto came up to the stage to perform the The Legend of Zelda Overworld Theme for the audience using the Orchestra game.Both Drums and Orchestra were also made playable to attendees.
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However, they also felt that children may enjoy the game much more than adults, who they believe may "grow bored of the experience in a matter of hours, if not minutes".