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Amplitude is Almost Here and I Can't Wait

Harmonix Games’ revival of their famed Amplitude franchise is looking spectacular, thanks to a new trailer that was released today.

Put into production after a successful 18 day Kickstarter campaign, the PlayStation exclusive rhythm action game revives the cult classic series that Harmonix claimed fame for prior to their work on Guitar Hero and Rock Band. 196 more words

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Amplitude Returns

This crowd-funded re-release is happening. Amplitude is coming back on PS3 and PS4. Four player functionality has been added. New music, same attitude. Check out this trailer of a fan favorite.

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Guitar Hero and Rock Band Set For A Comeback?

June is still a long ways away, and yet we’re already hearing rumors revolving around one of gaming’s biggest stages: E3. Rumors/reports have already started regarding two really huge franchises that have all but disappeared from the gaming scene: … 93 more words

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Guitar Hero: Back from the Dead

Do you remember the day music and rhythm games reigned supreme? In a not-so-distant yesteryear, the guitar Goliath stood right at the top, being bested in sales terms only by the likes of Call of Duty and other AAA blockbusters. 481 more words

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Rock Band and Guitar Hero to release for next-gen (rumor)

Both Harmonix and Activision are rumored to have plans to revive their plastic instrument games

After a recent (and, at the time, strange) downloadable song pack for Rock Band hit the Xbox and PlayStation stores, fans speculated whether a new Rock Band was in the works. 288 more words

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Interweb Review Round up - Electro-Harmonix C9 Organ Machine

Electro Harmonix blew everyones mind last year with the rather fab B9, an analogue organ modeller. Now they have the 24 more words

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Guitar Hero 8? 9? 14?! To Be Unveiled At E3

There’s a lot of Guitar Hero games so I have no idea. ¬†Either way, rumours are out about Activision bringing back Guitar Hero. ¬†You know, after they put the entire genre in its early grave, alongside the developers Red Octane and Neversoft. 94 more words

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