Jolt.co.uk writes: " The Wii is undoubtedly overrun with more than its fair share of mediocre, casually-branded fluff. But that doesn't mean that the format is only good for toddlers and grandma, as Nintendo themselves consistently demonstrate through innovative releases like Wii Fit, Wii Sports, Mario Kart et al. It seems, in fact, that it is third-party game makers who are most inclined to try and cash-in on the platform's less-hardcore demographic, and this is a shame because when done properly, Wii games can really rock the boat.
Sega stalwart Yuji Naka isn't a man to pander to convention, the Japanese games industry veteran credited with programming the very first Sonic the Hedgehog game, as well as producing seminal titles like Nights into Dreams and Phantasy Star Online. More recently, he founded independent start-up Prope, who with Sega's help have crafted Let's Tap - a brand new twist on the Wii's unusual controls; a casual game, without the negative connotations. Naka-san was recently in London showing his new opus off, confirming at the same time that the game will reach Europe and America in the summer."