Sekai Project and Mighty Rabbit Studios confirm partnership
Sekai Project and Mighty Rabbit Studios (as well as their subsidiary, Limited Run Games) were excited to confirm that they will be teaming up to help bring some of Japan’s hottest titles over on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita in both digital and physical formats.
Through the partnership, Mighty Rabbit Studios will be assisting Sekai Project in porting over several titles from their acclaimed library, with each undergoing extensive development to ensure that they will be at their best for the PlayStation platforms.
Limited Run Games will be bringing Sekai Project’s console and handheld titles to consumer hands through their popular service of physical copies sold online. As the name suggests, the copies will be available in a limited run.
Audi Sorlie of Sekai Project commented on the partnership, stating, “We are thrilled to finally be working officially with Mighty Rabbit Studios and Limited Run Games to bring many of our games to the PlayStation platforms. I have been getting emails about Limited Run Games for almost a year now from passionate fans from around the world wanting to get their favorite visual novel in limited physical form.”
“Since our very first talks with Mighty Rabbit Studios,” he continued, “we knew immediately what it feels like when doves cry, and it felt heavenly. Our companies’ philosophies of bringing fun, excitement and adventure to people around the world merged instantly, and we couldn’t have found a better partner to bring our games to the PlayStation platforms.”
“Mighty Rabbit Studios is crazy excited to be helping Sekai Project’s titles over to the PlayStation platforms,” said Josh Fairhurst of Mighty Rabbit Studios. “We’re hopeful that this will be the beginning of a long partnership that will bring even more of their awesome games to consoles and handhelds. Additionally, we’re really stoked about the potential of bringing out physical editions of all of these games through Limited Run Games! The next year should be an exciting one for Sekai Project fans!”
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