Beloved for generations, currently undergoing an identity change, video game company Square Enix would love to hear from you, it’s beloved fans. The house of Final Fantasy is currently hosting a Player Survey designed to keep tabs on its aging and upcoming fanbase.
If you’ve got a hankering for some Chrono Trigger on the Switch or want to see more Western titles like Shadow of the Tomb Raider and Deus Ex, be sure to let them know. If you play Square Enix games on a traditional console or have joined them in their leap to the PC, this is vital information as well.
And always, more Dragon Quest please!
Because of its deep legacy and recent movement into the Western game market, Square Enix’s fans cover perhaps the most varied spectrum of the gaming market, and this survey will hopefully allow them to focus in the proper areas to run a successful business. Sadly, this success probably runs contrary to localizing its old Super Famicom games.
The survey will take roughly 20 minutes, and fourteen random participants will be awarded $500 for their time.
Square Enix will close the survey on July 8 at1 1:59 PM PT / July 9 at 2:59 AM EST.
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