Amplitude Launches on January 5th

Amplitude Launches on January 5th - 2015-12-02 11:13:23

For everyone that loves Harmonix and knows how the company started, Amplitude hitting the PS4 is is exciting. Well, it seems like you won't have long to wait. Harmonix announced on twitter today that Amplitude will launch on PS4 on January 5th.

Amplitude is the game that helped get Harmonix on it's feet. Taking your ship and jumping along the up to six musical lanes, all representing a different instrument. Back on the PS2 it was a new take on the music genre and helped form the basis for what eventually became Rock Band.

Not only did Harmonix announce a release date for the game, they also released the full track list and a new trailer. Amplitude will be launching exclusively on the PlayStation store for $19.99.

The entire Amplitude soundtrack is as follows:

  • "All The Time" - C418
  • "Assault on Psychofortress" - Single White Infidel
  • "Astrosight" - Inter:sect Ft. Noelle LeBlanc & Naoko Takamoto
  • "Break for Me" - James Landino Ft. Noelle LeBlanc
  • "Concept" - Symbion Project
  • "Crazy Ride" - Insomniac Games
  • "Crypteque (1-2)" - Danny Baranowsky
  • "Crystal" - George & Jonathan
  • "Dalatecht" - Harmonix
  • "Decode Me" - Inter:sect Ft. Noelle LeBlanc & Naoko Takamoto
  • "Digital Paralysis" - Harmonix
  • "Do Not Retreat" - Komputer Kontroller
  • "Dreamer" - Harmonix
  • "Energize" - Harmonix
  • "Entomophobia" - M-Cue
  • "Force Quit" - Jim Guthrie
  • "Human Love" - Harmonix
  • "I.C.U." - Harmonix
  • "Impossible" - Darren Korb
  • "Lights" - Wolfgun
  • "Magpie" - Harmonix
  • "Muze (Amplitude Remix)" - Ingrid Lukas, Remix by Patrik Zosso and Nik Bärtsch
  • "Perfect Brain" - Harmonix
  • "Phantoms" - Freezepop
  • "Recession" - Jeff Allen Ft. Noelle LeBlanc & Naoko Takamoto
  • "Red Giant" - Kodomo
  • "Supraspatial" - Jeff Allen Ft. Naoko Takamoto
  • "Synthesized" - Symbion Project
  • "Unfinished Business" - Shiohito Taki & Junichi Kamiunten
  • "Wayfarer" - Harmonix
  • "Wetware" - Harmonix
  • Steven Van Eekeren

    Actually the original Amplitude was the sequel to Frequency. Frequency was actually a lot better than Amplitude with much better tracks from big names such as No Doubt. Amplitude was decent but no where near as good as Frequency.