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Project Rap Rabbit Nintendo Switch Stretch Goal Is Just Under $5 Million

Currently on Kickstarter, the people behind Project Rap Rabbit are asking funders for a total of $4,950,000 for the title to be made available on Nintendo Switch. The game is being developed by the creators of PaRappa The Rapper and Gitaroo Man to bring together an all-new, story-led, rhythm-action adventure. Project Rap Rabbit is primarily being developed for PS4 and Steam with an initial stretch goal of $1,100,000 to get the title realised. Coming from their Kickstarter page, they describe the game as:

An explosive mix of Japanese folklore and traditional artwork, hip hop and humorous battle rap face-offs inspired by the Epic Rap Battles Of History YouTube series, Project Rap Rabbit (working title) is the next major game from the creators of PaRappa The Rapper, Vib-Ribbon, Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan and Gitaroo Man.

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14 comments

  1. Tis a shame. I quite like the look of this one. And the artist behind the Japanese version of Elite Beat Agents is doing the art for this game. Now only if I had an extra $4 million kicking about…

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  2. Holy shit. How did I not see this.. from the same creators as Ouendan!! Im all in just from that statement alone. The other games they made were masterpieces as well. I really hope this goes well. I would love this on the Switch and Namco’s Taiko no Tatsujin. (Which is supposedly coming) That would be amazing.

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    1. Don’t you worry. My beady eyes are trained on this one. I just hope they lower the goal as I think it’s a tad too high…?

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      1. It seems like its one of two scenarios: either they’re trolling Switch owners by setting a stretch goal thats practically impossible, or, they think we’re really stupid. Why would their entire kickstarter be worth only 1.1 million but they need an extra 3 million just to port it to the switch?? I smell bullshit.

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  3. I’m interested to see how well this does. At the very least I think it’ll hit its base goal, but it’ll be interesting if it’ll spread like some of the past spiritual successors to hit kickstarter.

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