Tales of Symphonia Remastered Colette
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Bandai Namco has opened up a survey for Tales of Symphonia Remastered, asking fans and those who've played the game to provide them feedback on the release.

The beloved action RPG — which initially launched on GameCube in 2003 — made it to Switch back in February in a remaster based on the Japan-only PS2 port. Yet many reported multiple bugs, glitches, and issues with the remaster, with some calling it "worse than the original", comparing it unfavourably to the PS3 remaster.

In the survey, there are a number of questions which ask you to rank your favourite and least favourite features, rate the difficulty, the UI, and your overall experience.

Not long after the remaster released, the official Japanese Tales series Twitter account shared an apology for the various issues many reported, stating that the team is "currently investigating a fix", with the western Tales series Twitter also sharing its own apology. We haven't heard anything since.

Many fans have already responded to the survey on Twitter with examples of issues and dissatisfied responses. We can only hope the feedback is taken to heart — and at least we know a fix is in the works, even if we don't know how long it'll take. You can take the survey by following the link to Bandai Namco's website.

Have you played Tales of Symphonia Remastered? Will you be sharing your feedback? Let us know in the comments.

[source bandai.eu.qualtrics.com, via twitter.com]