Tell us: Do you prefer Japanese games with subs or dubs?

11:00 PM on 02.25.2011 // Josh Tolentino
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Just as it became the topic of Tuesday's Otaku Debate, the eternal question of "Dubs vs. Subs" is about to get video game-y. Destructoid's conducting a big survey regarding that. Our founder and head robot Niero had this to say:

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.

Give this link a clickety-click to take the survey. It's pretty short, but the results could be hella sweet.

And no, don't ask me what company we've partnered with, because I don't know. It's just that this survey is quite relevant to the average Japanator reader's interest, I would think.

Oh! And the survey which three currently unreleased J-games you would most like to see in English. Tell us what you put down in the comments!


 




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