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A City Sleeps – Review

One of the my favorite things about Harmonix as a studio is how they’ve managed to hang on to their soul and passion for game development even after having created two of the most successful franchises in video game history (and subsequently, the many, many sequels which followed). Guitar Hero and Rock Band were a legitimate phenomenon, so much so that their popularity eventually became their downfall (taking music games as a collective whole with them). Harmonix themselves have yet to close up shop though, and in the post-music game crash they’ve started to experiment and begin to redefine themselves as a studio capable of more than popularizing plastic instruments. Continue reading A City Sleeps – Review