Koei Tecmo Atelier Ryza 3 Survey Asks About English Voice Acting

Koei Tecmo Atelier Ryza 3 Survey Asks About English Voice Acting

There’s a new Atelier Ryza 3 survey from Koei Tecmo, and it both asks about English voice acting and the importance of localizations. The first “Required” question asks if it is important that a game is translated into your language. The other asks if people prefer an English dub or not.

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With the localization question, it asks how important it is for the game to be in a language the player understands. The company also wanted to know if that would keep someone from buying it. This could be tied to the fact that for Atelier Marie Remake, a digital copy of Atelier Marie Plus is appearing as a bonus worldwide.

For the Atelier Ryza 3 survey English voice acting question, it offers multiple responses. Someone could say they don’t care either way. However, it also lets someone choose to say that they would like a dub, they wouldn’t, or they’d like a dual audio option. As a reminder, none of the games in the “Secret” trilogy of Ryza games had an English dub. The last Atelier game in general with English voice acting was Atelier Firis: The Alchemist and the Mysterious Journey in 2017.

The rest of the survey goes over the expected sorts of questions. It asks why people bought the game, why they did, and how they felt about different features and elements. It also asked about people’s familiarity with other Koei Tecmo titles. Finally, toward the end it also asked if people to list which games from the company they’d like to see offered via subscription services.

Atelier Ryza 3: Alchemist of the End & the Secret Key is available on the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC.

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