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Amplitude Ships to Retailers

   Sony Computer Entertainment America announced today the release of Amplitude for the Playstation 2. The game is the sequel to Sony's extrememly popular Frequency title. Amplitude has been developed exclusively for the PS2 by Harmonix Music Systems and is specifically a rhythm-action game that allows players to mix and remix some of their favorite tracks in various environments. Also, the game is available via the Network Adaptor (Ethernet/modem) and provides a musical forum for players to collaborate over 25 songs. The list of bands include David Bowie, blink 182, Pink, Herbie Hancock, Run DMC, Dieselboy, Slipknot, Weezer, P.O.D., Garbage, Quarashi, Logan 7, as well as other major recording artists.


   "We are thrilled to introduce Amplitude to rhythm-action fans of PlayStation 2.  Playing Amplitude online offers new opportunities for gamers to join online communities and prove their rhythm skills against gamers across the country," said Ami Blaire, director, product marketing, Sony Computer Entertainment America.  "Providing an immersive, addicting gameplay
atmosphere, the fast-paced action will keep players entertained for hours, and provide a whole new avenue for music artists to reach their fans."

3/25/2003 Matt Stensrud

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