The other day we reported that a new Kickstarter campaign for a game called Project Rap Rabbit had a relatively high stretch goal for the Nintendo Switch. The teams behind the title, iNiS and NanaOn-Sha, had originally placed it at $5,000,000 for it to become a reality on Nintendo’s newest console. Due to public feedback, the developers were quick to release a statement regarding the steep goal saying:
“Over the last 24 hours we’ve been taking the time to digest all your comments, wishes and feedback, and one request stands out above all others: a significantly lower Nintendo Switch goal,” an update on the project’s Kickstarter page reads. “We want to let you know that we hear you loud and clear. As a result, we are busy re-examining our Stretch Goal format to prioritize a Nintendo Switch version of Project Rap Rabbit above other features.”
They then swiftly decided it was a good idea to lower said goal to $1,500,000. An early bird tier has been added too.