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Project Rap Rabbit devs discuss the rap-battle gameplay element

A portion of a Siliconera interview with Masaya Matsuura of NanaOnSha, and Keiichi Yano of iNiS J... S: That rap-battle element of Project Rap Rabbit is quite ambitious. What was the seed behind this more involving back-and-forth system? Yano: We wanted to create something that was new and fresh but at the same time familiar. Show More Summary

Project Rap Rabbit devs explain why the Switch stretch goal was initially so high

A portion of a Gematsu interview with Masaya Matsuura and Keiichi Yano... G: The goal for the Nintendo Switch version dropped from $4.95 million to $1.5 million, so could you speak to the thinking or reasoning behind that decision? Yano: “What were you thinking!?” G: No no, not that at all. Show More Summary

Keiichi Yano explains how Project Rap Rabbit came to be

A portion of a USGamer interview with dev Keiichi Yano... USgamer: I'm curious to hear the genesis of Project Rap Rabbit. How did you and Masaya Matsuura get together? Keiichi Yano: Yeah, so, it happened last year, actually. The publisher...Show More Summary

Project Rap Rabbit Kickstarter Updates Switch Stretch Goal

The rhythm-based adventure game is in the works for both PS4 and PC, with Xbox One and Switch versions as stretch goals.

Project Rap Rabbit re-examining Nintendo Switch Kickstarter stretch goal

The following information comes from the KickStarter page for Project Rap Rabbit: Firstly – Another huge, huge thank you to everybody who’s backed, shared, liked, commented or even simply looked at Project Rap Rabbit so far. We’ve been blown away by the response since we first unveiled Project Rap Rabbit four days ago. Show More Summary

Project Rap Rabbit Revising Stretch Goals to Prioritize Switch

The creators of the rhythm game Project Rap Rabbit have pulled their own crowd-funding stretch goals, following feedback that it had set the goal for a Nintendo Switch version too high. In an update issued today, the team thanked the...Show More Summary

Kickstarter - Project Rap Rabbit has Switch stretch goal at nearly $5 million

An explosive mix of Japanese folklore and traditional artwork, hip hop and humorous battle rap face-offs inspired by the Epic Rap Battles Of History YouTube series, Project Rap Rabbit (working title) is the next major game from the creators of PaRappa The Rapper, Vib-Ribbon, Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan and Gitaroo Man. Kickstarter here (thanks Phantomliger!)

Project Rap Rabbit Is A Rhythm Game With RPG-Style Rap Battles

Traditional rhythm games give players a series of set songs to tap along to. In Project Rap Rabbit, the newly-announced collaboration between Parappa the Rapper’s Masaya Matsuura and Gitaroo Man’s Keiichi Yano, players participate in rap battles powered by RPG-style dialogue trees. Read more...

Project Rap Rabbit is real: PaRappa and Gitaroo Man creators launch Kickstarter

Project Rap Rabbit is bringing together two legendary rhythm-action designers. Masaya Matsuura, PaRappa The Rapper and Vib-Ribbon creator at Nana-On Sha, is teaming up with Gitaroo Man’s Keiichi Yano of iNiS J on a new rhythm action project. It’s called Project Rap Rabbit, and was actually leaked earlier this month. Now we know why, as […]

Project Rap Rabbit set for PC and PS4, kicks off its Kickstarter with a lofty goal

Well, Project Rap Rabbit is definitely a thing, and has moved beyond its teaser status last week into a full-on video game. Due to the Kickstarter page that's live right now some new information has come to light, including its 16thShow More Summary

PaRappa the Rapper, Gitaroo Man creators working on new rhythm-action game

The creators of rhythm-action classics PaRappa the Rapper and Gitaroo Man are teaming up for a new game in the genre: Project Rap Rabbit. A trailer for the game was published over the weekend and has quickly gained a host of fans. And...Show More Summary

PaRappa and Gitaroo Man creators tease Rap Rabbit: a trippy collaboration in a future-feudal world

Project Rap Rabbit is real, it's actually a collaboration between the makers of Parappa the Rapper and Gitaroo Man, and it stars a mop-haired bunny in a future-feudal Japan seemingly ruled by frogs

'PaRappa' and 'Gitaroo Man' creators team up for 'Project Rap Rabbit'

PaRappa the Rapper and Gitaroo Man are some of the brightest, weirdest and catchiest music games I've ever played. They're crazy for sure — how many titles let you spit rhymes with a humanoid onion in a kung fu dojo? But they're also bold, imaginative and constantly surprising, begging you to tap X and see what happens next. Show More Summary

PaRappa, Gitaroo Man Creators Unveil Project Rap Rabbit

Masaya Matsuura and Keiichi Yano are working together on the new story-driven rhythm game.

PaRappa and Ouendan Devs Team Up for 'Project Rap Rabbit'

Before annualized Guitar Heroes and Rock Bands drove the rhythm genre into the ground, Japanese developers were exploring the genre with wacky characters instead of fantasy fulfillment. Two of the most notable names are now teaming up...Show More Summary

Parappa And Ouendan Creators Join Forces For Project Rap Rabbit

Parappa the Rapper creator Masaya Matsuura and Keiichi Yano of Gitaroo Man and the Ouendan are teaming up for a new story-driven rhythm adventure. Remember when rhythm games had stories? These two do. Read more...

That collaboration between PaRappa and Gitaroo Man creators is real

Well! The rumors and leaked pictures are true, the creators of Project Rap Rabbit [Project Rap Rabbit]

Rumour: Project Rap Rabbit unites Parappa and Gitaroo Man developers

There may be a rhythm game project in the works that unites some of the genre’s best. This news comes via Rice Digital, and the details of how they came by it are extremely vague: “Last week, a reliable source informed me of a new game he heard was in production – a collaboration between […]

PaRappa The Rapper and Gitaroo Man creators join forces for Project Rap Rabbit

If you grew up in a PlayStation household, you've probably heard of PaRappa the Rapper and Gitaroo Man

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