Rhythm Heaven Wii is coming to North America later this year, which has doubled the amount of 2011 Wii games that are worth half a crap. Yes, we now have two games to look forward to this year, instead of just one!
Some people are ready to declare that all if forgiven because Nintendo of America is bringing Rhythm Heaven Wii to the U.S. That's pretty much Nintendo's modus operandi, though -- throw one token scrap and watch the loyal dogs bark with pitiful gratitude.
Don't get me wrong, Rhythm Heaven Wii looks like plenty of barmy fun ... but I ain't fooled. There are three more Nintendo-published titles that NoA is refusing to give us, and no amount of musical baboonery is going to make me forget it.
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