SEGA Survey Asks Fans For Feedback On Sonic, Yakuza And More

Published: March 19, 2019 9:20 AM /


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Sega is offering fans the chance to fill out a survey giving feedback on some of the company's most popular franchises.

The survey ranges from general questions - age, gender identity, which gaming equipment you own or plan to purchase - to Sega-specific questions. Respondents will be asked which of Sega's franchises they'd like to see more content for, with Valkyria ChroniclesSonic the Hedgehog and more as potential choices. You'll also be asked what you'd like to see from your chosen franchises - DLC, remakes, sequels, et cetera. If you filled out the Atlus survey back in February, you'll be familiar with the format and content of this one (in fact, some of the T&Cs on the survey itself appear to have been copy-pasted from the Atlus survey, since they mention it by name).

The company reckons the survey will take around 10-15 minutes to complete. It's being used to "help [them] determine the next steps for some of [their] most popular series, including Sonic the Hedgehog, YakuzaValkyria ChroniclesPhantasy Star, and more". Completion of the survey will make respondents eligible to enter the Sega Player Survey Sweepstakes in which they could win a gift card for the SEGA Online Store, Nintendo eShop, PlayStation Store or Xbox / Microsoft Store.

There are, of course, some terms and conditions here. If you're not a US resident, you're sadly not eligible for the sweepstakes. Indeed, there's no option within the survey itself to say that you come from outside the US, so it's US residents only. All respondents will be anonymous, and Sega won't be making the data it gathers from the Sega survey available to third parties. The winner of the sweepstakes will be announced via email on or around April 5th, and you'll need to respond to the email within 3 days if you're a winner to claim your prize.

What would you like to see more of from Sega? What answers did you give in the Sega survey? Let us know in the comments below!

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