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Ratatan Kickstarter Campaign Surpasses Stretch Goals for Console Release

The Kickstarter campaign for the highly anticipated game Ratatan has successfully reached its 75 million yen stretch goal for console versions. Developers Ratata Arts and TVT have confirmed that the game will be available on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch, in addition to the previously announced PC version.

In addition to securing console releases, the campaign has achieved several other stretch goals. A 50 million yen stretch goal was reached to add an online mode to the game, enhancing the multiplayer experience for players. Furthermore, the campaign surpassed an 80 million yen stretch goal, which will result in a minigame addition to the main game.

One of the most exciting stretch goals is the collaboration with renowned music composer David Wise, known for his work on popular video game soundtracks. This collaboration, set at the 85 million yen stretch goal, will see Wise contribute his talents to the music of Ratatan.

Fans of the game can look forward to more announcements, as additional stretch goals will be revealed on August 3. With the campaign's success thus far, it is clear that Ratatan has sparked significant interest and support from the gaming community.

Overall, the Ratatan Kickstarter campaign has exceeded expectations by surpassing its stretch goals for console releases, online mode, minigame addition, and music collaboration with David Wise. This achievement showcases the strong anticipation and backing for the game, solidifying its promising future in the gaming industry.