Revised Stretch Goals for Project Rap Rabbit Include Prioritized Switch Port

We previously reported on the new game from PaRappa the Rapper creator Masaya Matsuura and Gitaroo Man creator Keiichi Yano, Project Rap Rabbit. The game’s Kickstarter campaign launched, and many Nintendo Switch owners were upset to see a Switch port stretch goal at $4.95 million.

Outcry from Nintendo fans was so great that PQube scrapped its stretch goals with the plan of prioritizing the Switch port. Now, they’ve unveiled new stretch goals.

The Switch version will happen at $1.5 million, a small notch above their $1.1 million funding goal.

“Seeing your overwhelming demand for Project Rap Rabbit on Nintendo Switch, we can hold our hands up and say that we got our ordering wrong,” the update reads. “As a result, we have replanned our resources to offer a Nintendo Switch version of our game as the first Project Rap Rabbit stretch goal.”

The team added that “there is no change to our initial game’s core funding plan. Our core target of $1.1 million to bring Project Rap Rabbit to PS4 and PC remains the same to fully preserve the sanctity of Project Rap Rabbit. The only differences come into play as we enter stretch goals.”

If you want to fund the game, head on over to its Kickstarter page.

Brandon Orselli


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