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Major Minor's Majestic March Screenshots and Images - Wii

Game Description:Leading a great band doesn't always mean taking the stage! Create and lead the perfect parade with help from your Wiimote baton in Major Minor's Majestic March. Lead your marching band on parade through whimsical locations filled with challenging obstacles. Keep a steady rhythm or band members will get confused and drop out. Use your baton to attract new characters. Pack your procession with 30 original characters playing more than 20 instruments. The show changes depending on who you add, letting you create a new parade each time! Follow the story in Single Player, give baton-twirling a whirl in Drill Mode, or try head-to-head or co-op multiplayer.
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  • Major Minor's Majestic March Trailer

    Posted: February 9, 2009

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