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Harmonix has announced its new game at E3
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Harmonix has announced its new game at E3

Studio Harmonix, which is a few months ago, escaped from the tutelage of publisher and its independence is not going to go to the bottom. Studio Harmonix, which is a few months ago, escaped from the tutelage of publisher and its independence is not going to go to the bottom. On the contrary, it is already working on a new game - its promise to announce in early June at

Studio Harmonix, which is a few months ago, escaped from the tutelage of publisher and its independence is not going to go to the bottom. On the contrary, it is already working on a new game - its promise to announce in early June at E3 2011 in Los Angeles. No details about the new no. However, before the representatives of Harmonix, through which the light appeared Dance Central and musical series Rock Band, have already reported that they were ready to further develop both brands, as well as plans to experiment with touch controller. Given that in the coming year Activision has no plans to release a new part of Guitar Hero, the output of the next music simulator from the authors Rock Band Harmonix could bring good dividends

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