Masaya Matsuura, the mind behind the popular rhythm games for the PlayStation consoles, is working on an exclusive game for the Wii. When asked about this decision, Matsuurasan first pointed out that the other two consoles were too large to physically be viable options for the Japanese community, to whom space is a very precious commodity. After that, he said:
“Wii is a very good piece of hardware. Many talented people from Nintendo make great ideas for game hardware, of course. Already I’ve been starting to think about Wii software, but it’s very hard sometimes. Because can you keep shaking the controller for hours? Players can’t spend a long time on gameplay, so this can be tough. So I respect Nintendo’s activities, but for software designers like us, it’s very hard.”
His game will apparently be controlled with only one button (which is plausible due to the motion controls of the Wii). Game Usagi will keep you updated as more news arises.