Harmonix's 'Amplitude' Crowd-Funding Campaign in the Home Stretch

May 21, 2014 - GamePolitics Staff

Harmonix's Kickstarter for the current generation reboot of its cult classic PS2 rhythm-action music game, Amplitude, is within striking distance of getting fully funded. Earlier in the week it looked like the project would not survive the Kickstarter funding process, but in the last several days the project has seen a surge of public support.

As of this writing the crowd-funding campaign has generated a total of $631,917 - $118,083 shy of its $750,000 fund-raising goal. The campaign has a mere 54 hours left to raise the addition funds needed to be successfully funded.

Harmonix is giving the project a big push on social media and fans are doing their best to share the information with their friends and family. Right now Harmonix is hosting an Amplitude telethon of sorts on Twitch. The event features Harmonix employees, special guests, call ins from fans and supporters and actual gameplay from the remastered game in its current state.

If you are interested in supporting this Kickstarter, you have 52 more hours to do so before it is too late. Visit the Amplitude Kickstarter page here.


Comments

Re: Harmonix's 'Amplitude' Crowd-Funding Campaign in the ...

SOLD!

Re: Harmonix's 'Amplitude' Crowd-Funding Campaign in the ...

Duuuude, I played the hell out of Amplitude, which was the sequel to Frequency... Was always saddened there wasn't a third with more songs, as they had some great track lists like Garbage, Moby, P.O.D.,  David Bowie, Weezer, Run-DMC, Freezepop...

I think you may just get your wish however, EZK. They've only gotten about 10k since this article was posted.

Re: Harmonix's 'Amplitude' Crowd-Funding Campaign in the ...

Is it wrong that I want this campaign to fall just so short of its funding goal? With all the hype, debate and controversy over this campaign, I just can't be bothered to want it to succeed. 

Re: Harmonix's 'Amplitude' Crowd-Funding Campaign in the ...

There's a big difference between "I just can't be bothered to want it to succeed" and being the kind of asshole who wants something to fail.

 
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