Since its initial launch, Nintendo's amiibo line has received a mixed reception from fans. With issues ranging from limited to allegedly discontinued stock and high sales prices for online figurines - and even ones with manufacturing defects - the whole saga has had positives and negatives..
With this in consideration, Nintendo is now reportedly giving Club Nintendo members in the US the opportunity to voice their opinions about the in-demand figurines via an online survey.
The survey is reportedly available to select Club Nintendo members, and upon completion will award participants with 10 coins. The survey itself takes roughly 10 minutes to complete, and will end on 11th January.
Given the nature of some amiibo problems since launch, we can only hope Nintendo gives members outside of America the opportunity to fill out a similar survey, so they can directly illustrate their own concerns. Naturally the surveys are a chance to share positive experiences and opinions on the toy range, too.
Let us know in the comments if you'd like to see a survey about Nintendo's amiibo line for your region, or even if you've already had the chance to share your thoughts with them.
Thanks to Ryan Millar for the tip!