PQube’s directors, PaRappa the Rapper and Gitaroo Man creators have now launched a kickstarter campaign for Project Rap Rabbit. So the game for the PlayStation 4 and the PC will appear.
A few days ago “PaRappa the Rapper” creator Masaya Matsuura and “Gitaroo Man” creator Keiichi Yano had announced that they were working together on a new rhythm adventure called “Project Rap Rabbit”. Now the responsible persons have launched a kickstarter campaign for the game.
So the developers hope to play 1.1 million US dollars to fund the development for the PlayStation 4 and the PC. It has also been announced that PQube will act as a publisher and will also manage kickstarter rewards. In addition, the developers have provided some details on the action.
“Our great hip-hop saga will be settled in an alternative story of Japan in the 16th century, but the world has become a dangerous place, as people are increasingly contradictory to the distribution of their countries Neighbors are increasingly suspicious and isolate from each other. A toxic atmosphere of protectionism is spreading, “the game says.
At the height of this culture of fear, the world is haunted by a terrible disaster. While the survivors are trying to rebuild their lives, a hare goes on a journey to truth, justice and freedom. He fights against the most powerful rulers of the country. The protagonist is Toto-Maru, a young farmer who brings life to music through music.
In “Project Rap Rabbit” is also offered a new rap system. Each side has a swag display, which determines the winner of the fight. Further details about the gameplay can be found on the official kickstarter page. There you can also discover a few Stretch-Goals, including other languages, an Xbox One and a Nintendo Switch version, a multiplayer Versus mode and an additional difficulty level.