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Bandai Namco Holds Tales of Symphonia Remastered Survey

Tales of Symphonia Remastered survey

Bandai Namco is holding a short user survey about Tales of Symphonia Remastered. The company is accepting feedback from users from a variety of countries, and it is available in several different languages. The survey takes about five to ten minutes to fill. Additionally, the survey includes a specific section for those that played the Nintendo Switch version of the game.

The survey begins by asking the user which country are they from, if they have played the game, and on which platform. The survey continues by asking to name up to five of the user’s favorite and most disliked features in Tales of Symphonia Remastered. After that, it introduces several questions about game UI, presentation, voice acting, and difficulty, among others.

At around the 35% mark and for those that played the Nintendo Switch version of Tales of Symphonia Remastered, the survey includes an option to report any performance issues or bugs that users might have experienced with said version. While the issues with the Switch version of the game have not been fixed yet, Bandai Namco announced last February 2023 that a patch is on the way.

The last section of the survey includes questions regarding if the user owns a copy of Tales of Symphonia Remastered, how many hours they have put into the game, which other genres and specific titles the user has played, and finally by asking for the user’s data. The survey also mentions the release of the Tales of Symphonia anime series on the official Tales of Youtube channel.

Users can now access the Tales of Symphonia Remastered user survey in the tweet below.

Tales of Symphonia Remastered is readily available for Nintendo Switch, PS4, and Xbox One. Tales of Symphonia is also available on Windows PC through Steam, and it is based on the PS3 Chronicles version of the game.

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