If you’re a fan of the video game developer and publisher Atlus then you may want to think about filling in a short survey. The survey asks a number of questions including one about how you feel about language audio. If you prefer dual soundtracks to your games then it’s worth letting them know. There’s also questions regarding whether you like certain pre-order bonuses. You’ve got nothing to lose apart from a quick five minutes. You can fill it in here.
If you aren’t content with Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate being exclusive to the Nintendo 3DS then now your chance to have your say. Capcom has released an online survey which asks if you would like to see Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate on another console beside the Nintendo 3DS. This could well be a first step in getting the game on the Wii U. You can check out the online survey, right here.
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You probably saw the survey going round from Square Enix asking gamers which game they would love the company to begin developing. Well that very same survey featured a number of platforms, but for whatever reason it neglected to mention the Wii U and the Nintendo 3DS, which was rather odd as they had the Nintendo DS and Wii listed. Anyway, they’ve just added Nintendo’s current platforms. You can check out the survey, right here.
Want to help shape the future of Square Enix? If you do there’s a lovely survey to fill in. The survey asks gamers which platforms they own, but they neglect to mention the Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. Instead there’s just Wii and Nintendo DS. The best part of the survey is the part when they ask which one game you’d love the company to make. Make your voice is heard and suggest something truly great.
A recent survey conducted by Nielsen takes a look at the reasoning behind peoples buying habits for the current generation of consoles. Those studied say that they purchased the PlayStation 4 for the higher resolution of games, while those who purchased an Xbox One bought it because they love the Xbox brand. Interestingly those who purchased a Wii U did it purely because of the fun-factor of the console as well as the fact that it’s a more suitable console for younger gamers. You can check out the reasonings in the chart above.
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You may have already seen that Nintendo has issued a lengthy survey which asks users a ton of questions about things such as their various social media channels as well as Amiibo. If you’ve got some time to kill you can go ahead and fill it in, but be warned as it is rather lengthy. It is a good place to voice your opinion though.
Nintendo of America is currently conducting a survey to find out what gamers thought of their E3 coverage this year. We had the Nintendo Digital Conference which was a resounding success and we also got to go behind the scenes with the Treehouse team. You can voice your opinions in the survey, right here.