Windows - Released - October 16, 2014
From the creator of Rock Band™ and Amplitude™ comes a fresh new approach to the traditional shoot 'em up! All the action is driven by an entrancing soundtrack- no beatmatching required. The Idol System introduces a tactical layer on top of proven shmup gameplay allowing for a range of play styles.
Sony Playstation 4 - Released - January 5, 2016
Amplitude features a single player campaign presented as a 15-song sci-fi concept album with a narrative that surfaces through the game’s visuals, music, and lyrics. Take a trip through the expansive human mind as you seek to awaken your comatose patient and expand her perceptions. Amplitude also sports multiplayer for up to four players, supporting free-for-all competition, team vs. team play, or cooperative score-chasing. The requisite leaderboards are also present for bragging rights as well as self-validation or humiliation, depending on your skill level. With a soundtrack of over 30 songs, Amplitude includes music from exciting artists such as Darren Korb (Transistor), C418 (Minecraft), Danny Baranowsky (Crypt of the Necrodancer), Insomniac Games, and Freezepop, Kickstarter backers, and music lovingly crafted by Harmonix’s talented in-house composers.
Sony Playstation 3 - Released - April 5, 2016
Amplitude is a reboot of the 2003 rhythm game of the same name. In-game, your goal is to build up music by blasting note gems along each track of a song, which represents a different instrument. Successfully clearing and switching between tracks without missing gems allows the player to score more points. Various powerups allow the player to clear a track, slow down the music, add a freestyle solo, and double their score. Amplitude consists of a 15-level campaign mode, which details the game's science-fiction storyline within the lyrics of each song. There are also 15 bonus songs, which include both original compositions as well as selections from indie game composers. Amplitude also includes a competitive multiplayer mode, where multiple players compete to score the most points on a song.
Windows - Released - July 19, 2019
AUDICA™ is a VR “rhythm shooter” that combines Harmonix’s award-winning music gameplay with precision shooting mechanics and a 33-song soundtrack, all set in a mesmerizing cosmic arena.
Sony Playstation 4 - Released - June 11, 2019
AUDICA™ is a VR Rhythm Shooter from Harmonix, the makers of Rock Band™ and Dance Central™. Armed with a pair of rhythm blasters, you shoot and smash targets to the beat of a soundtrack that features songs from some of the world’s most popular artists. The better your timing and accuracy, the better your score. The better your score, the higher your place on AUDICA’s Leaderboards.
Microsoft Xbox 360 - October 25, 2011
The core gameplay in Dance Central 2 is mostly identical to the original Dance Central. Players perform given dance moves, which are tracked by the Kinect. The more accurately the player performs the move, the more points he/she scores. Higher difficulties increase move complexity, and the margin for error is reduced. Features new to Dance Central 2 include voice control, simultaneous two player gameplay in both cooperative and competitive modes with drop in/drop out functionality, an improved fitness mode, a more in-depth and customizable "Break it Down" mode, allowing the player to practice only specific moves in a routine, and a campaign mode featuring dance crews of various styles.
Sony Playstation 3 - Released - August 28, 2012
Rock Band Blitz is the first download-only entry in the Rock Band franchise from Harmonix.
Sony Playstation 3 - DLC - May 19, 2009
Rock Band Track Packs (called Song Packs in Europe and Australia) are a series of supplemental media discs for the Rock Band series of music video games. The packs are developed by Harmonix and Demiurge Studios (earlier packs were developed with Pi Studios), and distributed by MTV Games and Electronic Arts. Harmonix has announced they will release additional discs, containing new songs not in past releases, and have not previously been made available through downloadable content. The track packs are fully functional stand alone games and do not require separate Rock Band titles to play; however, on consoles that support downloadable content, the songs from these packs can be integrated with other Rock Band titles.