Project Rap Rabbit Kickstarter backers and rhythm game fanatics have right now gotten a tiny taste of the the game’s back-and-forth rap battle segments might appear like. In a special livestream where creators Keiichi Yano and Masaya Matsuura imparted additional information concerning the game, in order to be regarded Rap Rabbit’s first real footage was shown off.
The video is messy, unsurprisingly, but it’s meant for a verification of concept to show that this rap scenes might play out. We view a rapid battle where our rabbit rapper is facing off against some slithering snakes that have nothing but disses for all our hero.
Players will select elements of speech and topics to start their flows, after which you can recite these people to their opponents as the beat plays on. Obviously, this evidence concept video features lyrics and voiceovers from Yano-san himself, to ensure the bizarre broken English in a few parts and the lackluster voice acting ought to be forgiven. Still, seemingly the video itself is a little rushed considering how much cash has asked from interested backers. It’s extremely short, just a verse or a couple proposed rap lyrics and character voice acting.
At any time with this writing, the project has only amassed $177,443 of that projected $1,090,173 goal. It offers 10 days remaining to succeed in said goal or the project isn’t going to be funded. This doesn’t bode well for Project Rap Rabbit, as it could be tough to observe a tremendous bump in pledges during its final stretch, so hopefully its developers produce an alternate plan available for whether or not this ultimately ends up failing.
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