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Capcom survey: video game publisher asks fans which game should get a remake, exclusive prizes available

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Gamers currently have the opportunity to take part in a Capcom survey and tell the company which game they would like to see a sequel to in the future. Participants from Japan, Taiwan, England and Canada can look forward to exclusive prizes.

It seems that fans currently have the opportunity to have their say on which Capcom games should be remade. The well-known gaming developer and publisher is asking this question in a current survey conducted on the official Capcom website.

The survey contains ten questions

In the first step, survey participants have to answer a few general questions in order to create a digital "entry ticket" that can then be used as a wallpaper on their smartphone. The answers influence the design of the wallpaper, of which there are seven different ones.

Once participants have created their entry ticket, the actual survey begins, which comprises ten questions. In addition to questions about favorite characters and games, Capcom also asks participants which games they would like to see a sequel for in the future. There are 20 options to choose from - including Resident Evil, Monster Hunter, Mega Man, Dino Crisis, Dragons Dogma and Devil May Cry. The survey takes around 10 to 15 minutes to complete. According to Capcom, the results will be published at a later date.

Exclusive prizes to be won, but only for participants from certain countries

Survey participants from Japan, Taiwan, England and Canada can look forward to exclusive prizes. Participants from the USA will unfortunately miss out. 100 Capcom wooden badge sets and 40 Capcom key art catalogs with over 300 pages each as well as Capcom Hanafuda card sets in traditional Japanese style will be raffled off.

With 50,040 participants, Capcom wants to increase the number of key art catalogs to 100. With 100,040 participants, 100 Hanafuda card sets will also be raffled off. (Source: Capcom)
With 50,040 participants, Capcom wants to increase the number of key art catalogs to 100. With 100,040 participants, 100 Hanafuda card sets will also be raffled off. (Source: Capcom)

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Marius Müller, 2024-02- 7 (Update: 2024-02- 7)