PS2 owners might vaguely remember the names Frequency and Amplitude. 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.

[Via Joystiq]

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