Harmonix Music Systems’ crowdfunding campaign to raise $1.5 million for bringing the immensely popular rhythm game Rock Band 4 to PC failed today, reaching only 52 percent of its goal. In addition to new graphics, features and music, the latest iteration of Rock Band, which launched on consoles last October, would’ve allowed PC gamers to add their own songs to the title. Harmonix had previously developed Rock Band Network to support user-generated content in the game, but it proved to be too difficult and expensive to maintain. As a result, it was shut down in 2014. Instead, Rock Band 4 would’ve…

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