Ratatan—the non secular successor to the PSP’s Patapon—has reached its crowdfunding aim on Kickstarter, and on the time of writing, has managed to far surpass its goal of elevating ¥20,000,000. By the point the Kickstarter marketing campaign ended, the studio—Ratata Arts—has raised ¥219,314,335 for growth of Ratatan.
The cash raised by the marketing campaign will go into extra than simply the event of the bottom sport, for the reason that firm additionally added fairly a couple of stretch targets for the additional cash raised. Due to having hit the ¥200,000,000 aim, the sport will embody further options, like playable Darkish Ratatans, base customisation, collaboration with artists, and assist for added languages.
Patapon—the sport serving as the first inspiration behind Ratatan—was a rhythm-based technique sport that was initially launched on the PSP. The sport was praised by critics, and ultimately made its approach on to extra fashionable platforms, with Patapon 2 Remastered being launched on the PS4 again in January, 2020.
If you happen to’re taken with testing Ratatan, which is able to seemingly take fairly a while to return out, take a look at the gameplay trailer under. The trailer reveals off some gameplay, which bears a putting resemblance to Patapon.