Tabitha, Wyatt, and I played Wii Music for the first time. Our jam session ended in a battle.
Mii Maestro, a minigame within the game, allows players to use the Wii Remote as a conductor’s baton. Your repressed childhood dream of conducting an orchestra:
At the end of each musical piece, the game rates your conducting ability. Game on, Hall family.
The fog of music has erased my mind of whatever score Wyatt received. My own brilliant performance of conducting Twinkle Twinkle Little Star was spectacular. I knew that I had nailed it. I also knew that there was no way that Tabitha was going to best my score of 74. I was wrong.
Not only did she beat my score with an 80, her inspired rendition received a thunderous applause. Mii applause.
My pride shattered. How could I have been schooled in Twinkle Twinkle Little Star? Wait, did I just type that?
I spent $0.97 on Wii Music. Worth every penny for a small moment of friendly competition. Now to find batteries for the other Wii Remotes. Multiplayer awaits.