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Harmonix Announces a Musical Shooter
Filed under: CHROMA

Harmonix, the developer behind Rock Band and Dance Center, has announced a new type of musical video game—a first-person shooter called Chroma. It's a free-to-play multiplayer class-based arena shooter for the PC that features shooting bullets on the beat and using the rhythm of the music to activate jump pads and other arena elements. Harmonix's announcement trailer is below.

Hidden Path Entertainment, who developed Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, is also working with Harmonix on Chroma.

Harmonix is hosting a closed alpha for the game, and you can sign up at PlayChroma.com.





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Killer Klown Feb 17 2014, 04:11 pm EST
So, the entire game is just one long quicktime event?

Lovely.
Whisky Feb 17 2014, 04:18 pm EST
Um, okay.
finaleve Feb 17 2014, 06:55 pm EST
I think actual gameplay would help.

This also looks like they took Saints Row 4's Dubstep gun and just made multiplayer.
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