Harmonix employees share their personal Beatles stories from before The Beatles: Rock Band to celebrate the release of Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.
I wanted to work for Harmonix. I used to email HMXHellion every few months, asking about open positions and including my resume, constantly trolling the job openings for something I could do.
Learn more about Harmonix's co-founder Eran Egozy in "The Secret Life of Scientists."
Many Harmonixers, as mentioned in Part 1 of this series, were lucky enough to have parents, grandparents, or aunts and uncles who encouraged them in discovering video games.
At the end of Part 1, I promised you a malaria story if you came back for Part 2 of the series. Welcome back!
It comes as no surprise that the Robotkid has lots of mechanical friends hanging out with him in his office and on his desk.
There was a day before I played my first computer game....I don’t remember it. I’m fairly sure it existed, though. Fortunately, I’m surrounded by people who do remember their first video games.
What games do Harmonixers play? That varies wildly from person to person and from season to season.
When I first heard that they were looking for people at Harmonix who weren’t in the audio department to try their hand at authoring songs for the Rock Band Network, I jumped at the chance.
A few weeks ago, a group of children and their families arrived at Harmonix for a day of Rock Band, cookies, and a sneak peek at The Beatles: Rock Band.