Onion Games launches survey to gauge interest in older title revivals

Chulip? Rule of Rose? Voice your requests!

Onion Games

Onion Games has launched a survey asking which previously released titles from the company fans would like to see return.

“Over the past year, we’ve been running a survey to learn more about our fans,” the survey reads. “Now, for 2021, we’d love to hear your thoughts and opinions on what you wish Onion would release next, especially among our lineup of older, pre-Onion, legacy games.”

It continues, “Porting older games is always a huge challenge for us, and we can’t 100 percent guarantee that any of these options can happen. But, even if a port only has a 1 percent chance of coming together, your vote could be a big step in making that dream come true!”

Among the list of past Onion Games titles included in the survey are the PlayStation 2 cult-classic kissing adventure Chulip and survival horror game Rule of Rose.

The survey will run for seven days.

(Editor’s Note: If the survey link above does not work, it is also available here.)

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