Capcom Is Asking Players If They Want a New Ace Attorney Game

Capcom Is Asking Players If They Want a New Ace Attorney Game

Following the release of The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles, Capcom is asking players to give their opinions on the series – and specifically asking if they want brand new games in the series. The aptly titled The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles User Survey, which Capcom added to its website, asks players to give their detailed opinions on virtually every part of the game you can imagine. Capcom would like to know if you had high expectations for the game before purchase, where you purchased your copy from, what progress you've made with the game so far, and, most cricually, whether or not you'd buy a future Ace Attorney game if it were to be made. [widget path=”global/article/imagegallery” parameters=”slug=the-great-ace-attorney-chronicles-e3-2021-screenshots&captions=true”]Following this, players can also give their opinions on a list of further topics linked to The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles including voice acting, story, sound effects, background artwork, game controls, and more. Capcom has even prepared for the possibility that you might not have bought their latest title when filling out the survey. Opting to tell them that you don't own The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles and have no plans on purchasing it in the future grants you access to a range of follow-up questions. These questions prompt you to tell Capcom what consoles/platforms you currently own to play games, which genre of games you prefer, and how many titles you have bought in the past year. It's safe to say this is one of the more thorough user surveys we've seen in a while. If you do manage to get to the end of the mammoth survey, then Capcom will reward you with an "original digital wallpaper" to say thanks for completing it. In other Capcom news, the company recently announced record quarterly sales and profits thanks in part to the success of Resident Evil Village and Monster Hunter Rise. Monster Hunter Rise, which Capcom released to Nintendo Switch in March, sees its second collaboration with other Capcom games go live today. Amaterasu, the beloved white wolf from Okami, is being added to the game which will let Monster Hunter players ride her around the beautiful land of Kamura Village.[ignvideo url=”https://www.ign.com/videos/2021/07/27/monster-hunter-rise-okami-collaboration-trailer”][poilib element=”accentDivider”]Jared Moore is a freelance writer for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter.
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