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Major Minor's Majestic March

A Music & Rhythm game for Wii by NanaOn-Sha and Majesco

Major Minor's Majestic March box art

Major Minor is the product of the majestic reunion of musician-game designer Masaya Matsuura and artist Rodney Greenblat, the first such collaboration since Parappa the Rapper 2 in 2001. Along with the Parappa franchise, the team is leaving behind the concept of a confined rhythm that the player follows along with, pressing buttons to match the tempo of a rap beat. Instead, the player will create his own tempo as the drum major of his own marching band. With your baton (Wii remote) in hand, it's your goal to recruit the best, brightest, and most adorable animals to create the most fantastical parade the world has ever known.

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Major Minor's Majestic March
Release date
2 2009
Major Minor's Majestic March box art for Wii
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