In development by Fall Line Studios, senior producer Tim Huntsman feels Ultimate Band will be more fun than the other musical franchises that have come before it:
"Aside from the peripheral, we've always considered those to be more of a simulation versus a game. Our focus has always been on making a game, focusing on the fun and the physicality of what it's like to try to play air guitar".
Peripherals will be absent in Ultimate Band though, you'll play along using only the Wiimote and Nunchuk. Details on the tracks are limited, only a few are currently known:
Ultimate Band is scheduled for release sometime during the fourth quarter of 2008.
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