Japan already has two Haruhi Suzumiya games in stores. Both of them fit snugly in the text adventure niche. The third game doesn’t have a proper name yet, but I like to think of it as the Musical of Haruhi Suzumiya. Finally, Haruhi fans can practice the dance from the end of the anime with the help of the Wii’s remote.
Up to three players can learn choreography from Haruhi in the multiplayer mode, but the screenshots on Famitsu indicate that the motions aren’t always the same. Players copy the actions of silhouettes moving from right to left. The yellow dot presumably indicates where you need to point the remote, which can be up in the sky or straight in front of you as if you’re waving your finger. Waving the remote may not be necessary.
Images courtesy of Famitsu and Namco Bandai.