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  • Blog Post: Amplitude's New Heights: Resurrecting The PlayStation Gem

    Long before the days of Rock Band and Guitar Hero, Harmonix released two games that had players constructing songs one instrument track at a time. 2001's Frequency and 2003's Amplitude were published by Sony but didn't find commercial success, resulting in the company's refusal to fund... More
  • Blog Post: Five Reasons Why We Want An Amplitude Revival

    With a shorter Kickstarter campaign than normal and a hefty target goal, Amplitude is one Kickstarter that is likely to come down to the wire. As of this writing, the revival of Harmonix’s excellent music game is still over $100,000 away from its $775,000 goal, with less than two days remaining... More
  • Blog Post: Skipping A Generation – What We Missed This Console Cycle

    Sometimes genetic traits skip a generation. The same goes for video games. These are the games that decided to sit this generation out, but we'd like to see make a return for the PlayStation 4 and the next Xbox. Ape Escape – Sony’s dual-analog stick mascot made an appearance in a way... More
  • Blog Post: Music Game Video Special

    If you weren't aware, Annette Gonzalez has moved on from Game Informer to become the community manager for Harmonix's Dance Central series. So to congratulate her (and to test her skills at Frequency), we stayed late at the office to record this retrospective on some of the biggest hitters in... More
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