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Insomniac CEO Ted Price donates $7500 to Harmonix's Amplitude HD Kickstarter

Rhythm game revival is in dire straits with three days left.

Things have been looking grim for Harmonix's Amplitude HD Kickstarter campaign that's only raised $389,870 of its $775K goal with only a paltry three days to go. But don't despair, as Ratchet & Clank and Sunset Overdrive developer Insomniac Games is lending a hand in promoting Harmonix's struggling crowdfunding effort.

Insomniac founder and CEO Ted Price noted on the company's blog that he pledged $7500 to the Amplitude HD Kickstarter and has encouraged fans of the studio to do the same. "We are big fans of both Harmonix and Amplitude, and we want to see Amplitude HD," said Price. "We hope if you liked Amplitude or Frequency, or just love great music games in general, you'll consider pledging too."

"Reviving Amplitude is something that requires all of the community to band together and help it," he stated.

Since Price opted for the $7500 tier, he's able to put his own song in the game. Fortunately, Price has a song ready for prime time with Crazy Ride, the tune from a promotional music video Insomniac released earlier this year to commemorate its 20th anniversary.

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