Entries in 'harmonix' (69)
Rock Band and Dance Central developer Harmonix is to try its hand at the shooter genre.
Harmonix is rumoured to have put an end to the development of an unannounced Xbox One Kinect effort.
Music game studio Harmonix has let go of a “small number” of employees due to shifting priorities regarding its future projects.
Viacom has been ordered to pay a $299 million to Harmonix shareholders in a court battle that is now in its third year.
Veteran designer Dan Teasdale has formed No Goblin, a new indie studio that will focus on “original mechanic-driven video games.”
Harmonix is working on an Xbox 360 and Xbox One title called Fantasia: Music Evolved.
EA has announced it will be discontinuing downloads of all Rock Band iOS apps at the end of the month.
A handful of job listings for Rock Band dev Harmonix reveal the company is working on a motion-controlled title for next-gen consoles.
The Rock Band brand is returning – though it has ditched its famous instrument peripherals.
Microsoft has launched the Dance Central 2 Dance Cam app which lets users appear in customisable music videos.
Viacom is taking ex-shareholders of Rock Band developer Harmonix to court, following a lawsuit filed against the firm itself last year.
The makers of Rock Band and Dance Central have released a new music game on Apple's App Store.
Guitar Hero may be on hiatus, but its rival Rock Band is healthier than ever.
Microsoft should be so lucky – it’s just signed a deal with a global popstar to ensure gamers can’t get Kinect out of their heads.
As the creator of Guitar Hero, Rock Band and Dance Central, there's no studio in the world with the same music game heritage as Harmonix. But its ambitions don't end ...
As many as 35 staff at newly independent developer Harmonix have been made redundant, reports have claimed.
MTV Games has closed its doors following the sale of Harmonix, MCV can reveal.
Develop Harmonix has called time on the Wii arm of the Rock Band Network. From tomorrow, no new content will be released on the service.
Media giant Viacom sold Rock Band developer Harmonix for a nominal fee, an unconfirmed report has claimed.
Harmonix founders Alex Rigopulos and Eran Egozny are leading a lawsuit from a number of the developer's former shareholders against current owners Viacom.
Activision has spoken of its love for Rock Band developer Harmonix but refused to speak about a possible acquisition.