PS2 owners might vaguely remember the names Frequency
. These were some of Harmonix's first games and they ultimately set the stage for more successful rhythm-based franchises such as Rock Band
. While most might not remember the six-year old title Amplitude
, the people at Ars Technica
haven't and have even asked Harmonix CEO Alex Rigopolous if there were any plans to bring the series over to PSN.
It's a game that's "still close to my heart" said Rigopolous. "I'd love to do a sequel to Amplitude
, actually. I would love to come back and do it right for the PlayStation 3." And it would have to be on the PS3. Sony owns the Amplitude
property; if there were to be a sequel, there's only one logical place ... or maybe PSP. Anyway, Harmonix is interested, but the ball is in Sony's court.