After the official announcement of “Project Rap Rabbit” at the beginning of this week, the responsible persons behind the project decided to remove the stretch goal to the switch version. What is behind the whole?
In the course of the week, the “Parappa the Rapper” creator Masaya Matsuura, in collaboration with Keiichi Yano, the creative head behind “Gitaroo Man”, announced his latest project.
This project is called “Project Rap Rabbit” and will be a playful rhythm adventure, which means “Our great hip-hop saga will be settled in an alternative story of Japan in the 16th century The world has become a dangerous place because people are increasingly contradictory to the distribution of their countries, citizens and neighbors are increasingly suspicious and isolated from each other, a toxic atmosphere of protectionism spreading. ”
Project Rap Rabbit: Stretch-Goal to switch version once deleted
The fun of the crowdfunding platform kickstarter is to be financed. Matsuura and Yano want to take around 1.1 million US dollars to implement the PlayStation 4 and the PC. For criticism, the other Stretch-Goals made possible versions for the Xbox One (3.1 million US Dollar) and Nintendos Switch (4.95 million US Dollar).
The people behind “Project Rap Rabbit” responded promptly and pulled back the Stretch-Goal to switch porting. According to official data, this decision is due to the fact that almost 100,000 US dollars have been collected so far.
Internally, the decision-makers would like to re-assemble and discuss a possible switch version. It is quite possible that the Stretch Goal will return in due time with a lower amount, the developers continued.