What do you want to see from SEGA in the future? The publisher wants you to “help us make our games better” via a new survey launched today. The publisher known for Sonic and Total War wants to know how you play today.

One of the first questions asks you to pick your top three most-played genres. I went with Shooter, Open-World and Role Playing games. After that, you can write down your favorite SEGA games and pick from a list of SEGA franchises you remember playing.

Shinobi? Now there’s a game that makes me feel a little bit older today. I remember playing it on PS2 back in 2002. Damn that was a long time ago.

I wouldn’t mind seeing another Virtua Tennis. I loved that and Top Spin back in the day. Hell, I even put an unhealthy amount of hours in Rockstar’s Table Tennis.

The survey goes on to ask people what they think of SEGA today and the three adjectives you would use to describe the publisher. Then it asks you to rate how much you agree or disagree with the following statements about SEGA:

Currently makes high-quality games.
Used to make high-quality games.
Is innovative.
I have fond memories of playing SEGA games.

What do you think of these statements? Hey, as long as Creative Assembly keeps making Total War games, SEGA can do whatever they want. And bring back Shinobi.

SEGA in 2016

Total War Warhammer dragons

This year is the 25th anniversary of Sonic the Hedgehog. I’m sure SEGA has something in the works. Besides that, I can’t wait to get my hands on Total War: Warhammer. Earlier today, Creative Assembly uploaded a video of Azhag’s Quest Battle.

Here’s another video from earlier this month showing the Empire Grand Campaign.

I’m trying to keep my expectations in check. Total War games are known for being buggy at launch, but Warhammer is looking great.

We’re only about three months away from E3. What would be your dream E3 announcement from SEGA?

When I’m not playing Rocket League (best game ever), you can find me writing about all things games, space and more. You can reach me at alex@newsledge.com

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