Even if you’ve enjoyed some of their most recent games, it’s undeniable that modern Sega is a shadow of its former self. The company that once stood toe-to-toe with Nintendo in the late ’80s and early ’90s is now a third party publisher, with a very hit-or-miss track record when it comes to its major franchises.

Thankfully the Japanese company might be trying to get back on track by reaching out to consumers with an in-depth survey. Check it out:

The survey asks multiple questions regarding Sega’s games, referencing classic titles like Skies of Arcadia, Shenmue and Outrun. While this is no guarantee these games will be worked on in the future, it’s definitely worth registering your interest if you want to see them to make a come-back.

Sega also wants to know about your general gaming habits, with later questions focusing on mobile and why you may or may not engage with it. If you’ve had greivances with Sega’s mobile output over the past few years there is no better way to air them.

It’s too early to say if this survey will lead to anything major, but the fact they are reaching out to consumers at all is a good sign. We’ll be sure to keep you updated if any of their upcoming games are announced for Nintendo systems!

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Written by Tom Brown

Whether it’s an exciting new entry in a series long established or a weird experiment meant only for the dedicated, Tom is eager to report on it. Rest assured, if Nintendo ever announces Elite Beat Agents 2, he’ll be there.

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