GameZone writes: "Major Minor's Majestic March isn't a total failure. It's a cute, whimsical romp with the signature Greenblat surreal art style, and for those reasons alone it might be worth a rental. On the flip side, though, it's incredibly simplistic, and there's barely enough game here to keep even die-hard fans busy for an entire day. In a lot of ways it feels like it was designed with very young children in mind, and if you have little ones around the house this wouldn't be a bad way to ease them in to the rhythm genre. But for more serious genre fans and anyone expecting the game to live up to the legendary Parappa legacy, MMMM is a severe disappointment".