Video game developer Harmonix, best known for its Rock Band music simulation franchise, might have been sold off by parent company Viacom earlier in the year for a very small sum but the newly independent studio says that it might get revenue of more than 100 million dollars (72 million Euro) for 2011 and record profits.
Harmonix has revealed that it has sold more than 2.5 million copies of Dance Central, its Kinect and motion powered rhythm game, making it the second most popular for the new Xbox 360 peripheral.
It has also launched a sequel, Dance Central 2, which performed well in its first few weeks on sale.
Harmonix has also publicly announced that it was planning to fundamentally rework the core concepts of the Rock Band franchise, although it has not said when the new project might be released.
The developer is also moving into the iOS market, one of the fastest developing in the world of video games, with titles like VidRhythm.