That's a wrap on The Wonderful 101: Remastered's Kickstarter. The campaign was a hit from the very first hour of its existence, smashing the $50k base goal that would see the game release on Switch. In the last few moments of the Kickstarter's run, 33,199 backers managed to pledge $2.23 million in total, which helped the game reach numerous stretch goals.
As you might know, the stretch goal for Orchestral Recordings sat at $2.25 million. The title of this article says that that goal was hit, so how did that happen if the Kickstarter ended at $2.23 million? It turns out some extra funding trickled in through Platinum's special Twitch stream celebrating the Kickstarter's success. That helped push the total over the $2.25 million mark, securing the Orchestral Recordings stretch goal.
Speaking of that Twitch stream, you can check out the entire recording from that celebration below!