Released January, 2009
The Pros:Still has classic and fun PM gameplay.
The Cons:Only five bubbles makes the game very easy and simple. Not much variety or selection in music. Wii remote controls not as accurate, intuitive or fast as traditional controller.
Pop'n Music — also known as Pop’n, PM, or PNM — is a dancing simulation game that has a long history of releases in Japan dating all the way back to 1998. A Nintendo Wii based version was released for the United States in mid 2009 and allows up to four players to play co-op or compete in challenging battle modes.
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Users can take advantage of either the Wii Remote or Nunchuk to move up, down, left, and right. Included is a customizable avatar that can be made to show emotions like crying, laughing, or being distressed. Overall, the game hosts 14 characters, 6 stages, and a wide assortment of licensed and original music.
- Pop’n Music Series
- Dancing Simulation
- Nintendo Wii
- Co-Op Gameplay
- Battle Modes
- Customizable Avatar
- Original Licensed Music
User Reviews (1)
Still has classic and fun PM gameplay
Only five bubbles makes the game very easy and simple
Not much variety or selection in music
Wii remote controls not as accurate, intuitive or fast as traditional controller
Traditional controller unavailable
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