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Harmonix released Amplitude for the PlayStation 2 in the early 2000s, and even though they have gone on to bigger things since that rhythm game release, they really want to produce a proper successor to the game for the PlayStation 3 and 4. And apparently they need the fans' help to do so, as they've launched a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign for it.
Their goal is to raise $775,000 in 20 days, and as of writing this post, they have raised just over $47,000 with 18 days to go.
With the new Amplitude, Harmonix assures donors that they have perfected their beatmatching methodology over the years, and they will use their "proprietary engine" that they have developed over the last decade of creating music games. They promise both single and multiplayer experiences, a "Dark Souls-hard" difficulty setting, and of course, bouncy, electronic music.
Have you been clamoring for a new Amplitude experience?
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