Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth (English)
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- Featuring more than 200 Digimon from the animated series
- Become a detective to investigate and gather clues to solve the digital mystery!
- Turn-based battles return! Connect attacks together for more powerful combos!
- Scan, raise, train and battle Digimon. Digivolve to unlock more powerful forms!
- Traverse and explore the vivid and immersive environments of the real and digital worlds
Hackers are running amok in Cyberspace, using Digimon to further their scheming. The two rival gangs "Zaxon" and "Daemons" have clashed and their careless fighting is now threatening to collapse cyberspace itself, unless our protagonists can save the day.
Digimon are your friends and weapons so training and evolving them is of the upmost importance! The Digi-Lab is where players will evolve, devolve, and convert their obtained Digimon, as well as move Digimon in and out of their Digi-Bank.
Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth will also include the Digi-Farm! Players can use the Digi-Farm to level up their Digimon when they miss out on your adventures. Players can set a Digimon leader to train your other Digimon, either instructing them in 'Special Training', 'Development', or 'Investigation'. Different Digimon leaders will excel in different fields. Players can also feed their Digimon on the farm. Feeding your Digimon regularly will develop and deepen bonds between you and your digital monsters!
'Development' will allow you to produce items, equipment, and farm goods (which allow for more efficient Special Training. 'Special Training' is how your Digimon will level up as well as have their stats and parameters increased. Finally 'Investigation' will help support your detective duties within the game by discovering subquests and information regarding the hacker groups.
There will be a Coliseum where players can battle against each others' Digimon via network play, complete with user rankings.
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|Official Release Date||Feb 04, 2016|
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|Average rating:||(5 out of 5)|
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This considered the true Digimon RPG and I'm glad that I signed a petition. I loved the actions, RPG, and the voice acting in this game.
I didn't get the PSvita copy, but I have the graphic copy for this game. I have no regret on purchasing this game since I enjoyed it and it brought a new challenge on the plate.
Unlike Pokemon, this game brought back something I loved about Digimon. I regretted not saving up on the card games nor convinced Mom to buy a PSone and the first game throughout middle school.
The story was very memorable but characters brought and colorful. I'm disappointing the others haven't been released in the United States yet, but I'm glad this did.
The DLCs are also free too. What else to say if you are new or old Digimon fan? It's worth every penny.
After looking for this game I finally got my physical copy for the vita!
Love the story, the mechanics, and the art!!
Also, it has a TON of Digimons to test and collect
Gameplay is solid, visual is great for Vita.
Be warned for DLC although, the code is only compatible with R3/Asian account
Digimon + Action game + Japanese voice +
English Subtitles + Vita...nevermind just buy it!
Admittedly the PS4 version is much better when it comes to frame rate in comparison (it gets pretty bad when there's so much stuff going on screen, which is rare) but I still recommend this for anyone collecting for the Playstation Vita.
My only real complaints about the game itself is that the story is kind of so-so... kind of predictable really and it's not really that difficult to beat so for more seasoned RPG players I would recommend setting the the game difficulty to Hard.
Just be aware that you cannot use the DLC if your PSN account is from a region separate from the one you imported this game from.
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