"Looking at the Guitar Hero III leaderboards, Wii scores are pretty far ahead of both 360 and (especially) PS3 scores. GH III may be a casual-friendly game, but there's nothing casual about getting over 100 millions, not to mention that this is the first iteration available on Wii so the scores should be lower than GH veterans of 360 or PS2."
"So what's going on here?
Will the Wii version end up being the best selling?
Did some Wii owners figure out how to hack their scores?
Are more old PS2 owners ugrading to Wii than the other Next-gen consoles?
Is the wireless tech in the Wii-mote more reliable than the proprietary Red Octane wireless?
Are Hi-def textures just too distracting?
Did Vicarious Visions somehow make the game easier than the other versions?
Is mono the only real way to play?
Are Wii owners just super badass hardcore after all?
And how the [snip!] did WPI09 get over 300 million??"
(Images and report courtesy of dyls of NeoGAF)