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Survey: Do you prefer Japanese games with subs or dubs?

9:20 PM on 02.25.2011 // Papa Niero

Do you prefer Japanese voice-overs with subtitles, rather than the typically localized English dubs? A Japanese gaming publisher really wants to know. 

It is my pleasure to bring you an exclusive Destructoid survey conducted in partnership with a major Japanese company. We are looking to conduct a relatively informal survey and open conversation on the topic of Japanese titles (especially those that have never made it to North America). At the heart of it, they're curious if a product remaining somewhat pure to its Japanese roots might be better received by serious J-gamers in the States. Your answers will be DIRECTLY influencing a significant decision on an upcoming title.

The survey is closed, but there's still a chance to contribute.  Your feedback in the comments will also be considered so we strongly urge you to speak your mind freely. Please respect the time of our partner and keep the conversation informative and on topic.

This is your moment to be heard. Ganbatte!



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