Here are several questions for those who joined at least a few prominent cultural figures, no matter live or dead. Your feedback will help us to make story and dialogues in the game more interesting, entertaining or dramatic, so feel free to share any opinion :)
1. How many prominent cultural figures have you joined so far? State their names.
2. In general, how do you find cultural victory dialogues? Did they catch your attention or standing in your way? Are they too long/descriptive or good enough? Was the pace of the dialogues enjoyable or too slow?
2. Which of cultural figures died and which of them joined being alive? Was it expected or unexpected?
3. Which of them were the most interesting and appealing? Why? What in particular you most like in them?
4. Which of them you find the most boring and/or repulsive? Why? What in particular you like the least in them?
5. Did you skip some of the dialogues with cultural fugures? If the answer is yes, how often?
6. Did you have hard time dealing with one of the prominent figures (no suitable answers etc.)? State the situation and explain the problem.
7. Do you like the ideas and cultural context used in the dialogues? Which of them are the most memorable?
8. Have you reached Cultural Victory? Do you like the final scene? Do you find it enjoyable and rewarding enough? Boring? Slow-paced?
9. State any other things you have found interesting in cultural figures, not mentioned specifically above.
10. State any ideas, remarks or criticism that would help us to improve our English writing, and make the language of the dialogues more vivid, well-paced and easy to percieve.
We have had similar surveys for the:
- Opposition Hideout
- Keepers Village and Ruins of the New Kyiv
- Places of Interest
They were quite helpful so if you havent filled up those, it would be great if you will do them too.