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A Fab Four reunion for a new generation

Cambridge firm’s video game chronicling Beatles’ career nears its big debut

Harmonix, a Cambridge video game development company, has landed the rights to develop an experiential music video game chronicling the Beatles’ career. Harmonix, a Cambridge video game development company, has landed the rights to develop an experiential music video game chronicling the Beatles’ career. (Handout)
By Joan Anderman
Globe Staff / August 9, 2009

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Earlier this year Yoko Ono made a quiet trip to town to visit a small Central Square building. Arriving at the Cambridge offices of Harmonix, a video game development company, she sat down in the Star Chamber, where there’s a sofa, a giant TV, and scattered game controllers that look like musical instruments. When animated footage of the Beatles appeared ... (Full article: 1388 words)

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