Are you a huge Kingdom Hearts Fan? New to the series? Whatever your answer is, Square Enix wants to hear from you! A new survey has surfaced that asks a number of questions from Square Enix. According to the Facebook Kingdom Hearts page the results of this survey will “shape the future of Kingdom Hearts.”
This new Kingdom Hearts survey will ask questions which try to determine how much of fan you really are. Such questions include addressing how many games in the series you have / if you intend to get the Final Mix versions of Kingdom Hearts and Kingdom Hearts II. Other questions also directly ask for your input, giving players the opportunity to share how they really feel about the series after so many years. This survey will not be available for much longer as the time frame is relatively short. In fact, if you wish to participate you have until March 14, 11:59pm Pacific Standard Time.
Oddly enough, this survey is looking for a few questions that may help to categorize the Kingdom Hearts fan base. These questions, such as favorite band and favorite TV show, will likely span the board so haphazardly that no helpful result will be found. When it comes to many games you can expect certain things of gamers, but when it comes to Kingdom Hearts so many different types of players have enjoyed the series.
The Kingdom Hearts series began in 2002 and was a major success. The collaboration between Disney and Square Enix surprised many as a colorful and playful world of nostalgia. Two years later a Game Boy Advance (GBA) game linked together the first game to the next game (which would come out in 2005). Fans were more than happy to receive a direct sequel that is still played today. Since then, Square Enix has released a large number of Kingdom Hearts games but none of them directly carried the series.
Welcome to the land of spin-offs and portable games. Even though Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories was made for the GBA it received a PlayStation 2 copy renamed Re: Chain of Memories. That is just the beginning, year after year Square Enix kept the series barely breathing with Kingdom Hearts coded, Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep, Kingdom Hearts Dream Drop Distance, and finally Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix and Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 Remix. Whoa, lots of titles there, although most of them are simply extra back story. By the time Kingdom Hearts III comes out it will likely not be until at least ten years after Kingdom Hearts II.
If you have something specific you’d like to let Square Enix know (maybe your displeasure with the amount of years between Kingdom Hearts II and Kingdom Hearts III) now is your opportunity. The survey is ready for your input and will close down March 14, 11:59pm Pacific Standard Time. Who is excited for more Sea Salt Ice Cream?