Bandai Namco has released a new survey for people who’ve played Tales of Symphonia Remastered. The survey includes questions for players across all platforms, but there’s one specific section that pertains to those who picked up the game on Switch.

As you may have heard, Tales of Symphonia Remastered arrived in somewhat rough shape on Switch. In many ways, what Switch owners got was below what the original GameCube release achieved, which is certainly unacceptable. Bandai Namco has previously said that they’re working to fix things up, but it seems they still want more input as well.

The survey asks Switch players to share notes on performance issues and bugs that were encountered in Tales of Symphonia Remastered. Obviously, this data will be used to help Bandai Namco update Tales of Symphonia Remastered on Switch to be the best version of the game it can be.

If you’ve played Tales of Symphonia Remastered on Switch and have some insight, you can fill out the 5-to-10 minute survey here.

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dark weres

1y ago

It's very doubtful that any version of Symphonia after the Gamecube edition can be good, considering they had to severly self-sabotage the game to make the PS2 version, and then either legally couldn't unsabotage it, or Hideo Baba decided that because Tales games were "only for playstation fans and only for Japan" he didn't want to cater to an audience that preferred their games not be sabotaged.