The new Amplitude Kickstarter game will be exclusive to Sony’s PS4 and PS3. The original game was published by Sony, so naturally Amplitude will be joining a number of exclusive games and this will make fans happy that played the early 2000s version.
This news made some Linux, Mac, and PC users unhappy and they took to social channels to raise questions about it, as seen in a fews tweets below. The new version will be a controller-based game that will aim to take advantage of better hardware power.
Amplitude? If it was on PC, sure. but right now it's not looking great. http://t.co/S5AnKNuVJk
— Rebcart (@Rebcartmusic) May 15, 2014
— Christian Antonio (@ImCAntonio) May 15, 2014
You can see full features for the new Amplitude PS4/PS3 game on the Kickstarter page, although we have included a number of videos below this article that reveal a much closer look at the game since its announcement on May 5. These videos include the announcement, a number of backers giving you a peek at the exclusive, and a Harmonix sound designer and concept artist giving further insight.
The Kickstarter project is currently at $352,920 pledged with over 7,000 backers, although they need to reach a goal of $775,000 within the next 4 days.
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