Bandai Namco launched a new Tales of Symphonia Remastered post-launch survey, which asks players for their feedback regarding the recent release. The survey comes after players criticized the Nintendo Switch version for its performance issues.
The Tales of Symphonia Remastered post-launch survey asks players about their experience with the game including what the player enjoyed and disliked. Additionally, the survey asks the player about the difficulty level and any issues they may have encountered. Some of the questions further into the survey involve other Tales of games, and another asks if the user pirated Tales of Symphonia Remastered. This survey may be completed by visiting the Survey Monkey link here (Thanks, Noisy Pixel).
Previously, Bandai Namco issued a statement addressing several technical issues affecting the Nintendo Switch version of Tales of Symphonia Remastered. The Nintendo Switch version contains major technical issues including frame rate dips, long loading times, crashes, and visual imperfections. Bandai Namco confirms that several fixes are on the way.
All 11 episodes of the Tales of Symphonia anime are now available to watch on YouTube via an official playlist. Produced by ufotable (Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba), the Tales of Symphonia anime premiered in 2007. The Sylvarant Arc and Tethe’alla Arc are covered in four episodes respectively. The United Front Arc wraps up the anime in the final three episodes.
Lastly, Tales of Symphonia Remastered is available now for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
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