The interactive music genre-defining PS2 game Amplitude is getting a next-gen facelift, but it needs your help.

Via the Playstation Blog, Harmonix Music Systems, the developer of the original wildly-popular interactive music games Rock Band, Guitar Hero, and Dance Central, today announced its Kickstarter for a PS3 and PS4 remake of its 2003 PS2 hit, Amplitude. In Amplitude, you control a ship, the Beat Blaster, that is used to destroy gems that imprison and silence musical notes. These notes lie along tracks that the Beat Blaster flies along, all while you work to free the imprisoned music and literally put together a whole soundscape.

As with other Kickstarter projects, the Harmonix Kickstarter includes various levels of rewards for different donation amounts, ranging from your name in the credits to a full-on helicopter tour of Boston (although the latter costs $10,000 or more to get, so yeah, just saying).

At the time of writing this, only $76,144 of a total $775,000 goal has been donated, and the deadline of the project is Friday, May 23, leaving only 18 days for you to donate to the project.

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Cedric Lansangan

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