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Rock Band Designer Brings Son into the Industry with Loose Nozzles

Foster and Family Games is the creation of Chris Foster, veteran game designer, and his son Ian. Together, they have released their first creation, Loose Nozzles… 269 more words

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Veteran Game Designer Shares Learning Experiences

Chris Foster, lecturer with the Game Design Program at the Northeastern University of Boston, brings over 20 years of practical experience to his position. In addition to playing key design roles for massively multiplayer online role-playing games (MMORPGs) Asheron’s Call and Lord of the Rings Online, he served on Harmonix’s design team for several of its Rock Band installments and other games. 252 more words

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Video Game Apps a Growing Revenue Source for Musicians

An audio professional at Harmonix Music Systems, Richard Cody ensures the quality of songs in video games and contributes to the development of weekly downloadable tracks for Rock Band 4. 190 more words

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PSTS Episode 202 - Dead Rising Rereleases, Rock Band 4 Rivals, and Virtual Pets, Why Not

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Fighting with other reporters and podcasts for the latest news, Jeff and J.D. bring you the very best to offer. That is, uh, news about… a rerelease of a ten-year-old game. 26 more words

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Disney Fantasia: Music Evolved - Review

Disney Fantasia: Music Evolved is a game that you really need to experience to truly understand what is going on. As I was putting the game disc into my Xbox One the first time I didn’t really know what to expect. 1,347 more words

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Dance Central Spotlight - Review

Dance Central Spotlight is here bringing Harmonix’s popular dancing franchise to Xbox One. This version of Dance Central is a little bit different though. The core gameplay mechanics are the same but this time around, Dance Central Spotlight is available on Xbox Live for $9.99. 866 more words

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Dance Central 2 - Review

Kinect has been on the market for almost a year now and I think it is safe to say that the original Dance Central was the “killer app” for Microsoft’s new device. 1,376 more words

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