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Two Games in One: Turn-Based Digimon RPG Is Coming This October

  • 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 & digital worlds.

 

EXPOSITION! Two minutes and thirty seconds of it. Gameplay? No. Names, organizations, locations, characters, names, plot, interrelationships, and more names? Yes. But aside from this bizarre choice of trailer content, what do we know about the upcoming Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth: Complete Edition?

Well, first we know that it is a combination of the original Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth and its sequel, Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth – Hacker’s Memory, which came out in 2015 and 2017 respectively. It will also feature all the DLC for these titles.

Set in the near future, the line between the real and digital worlds is blurred and logging into cyberspace is a part of everyday life. In the shadows lurk hackers utilizing computer viruses called Digimon to commit mischief and crimes.

Framed and accused of wrongdoings, Keisuke Amazwa has no choice but to dive into the digital world to not only clear his name and prove his innocence, but to protect his loved ones.

Key Features

  • The Untold Story – Discover the mysterious backstory to the events that happened in Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth.
  • Cyber Punk Atmosphere – Dive into a deeper & darker adventure where the real world and technology blend seamlessly
  • Featuring more than 320 Digimon from the animated series!
  • Scan, raise, train, and battle Digimon in classic turn-based gameplay.

Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth: Complete Edition will be coming to PC and Switch on October 18th, but you can pre-order through Bandai Namco’s official site.

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  1. As someone who has both games and DLC, is there any reason to buy this? Not to be rude, I genuinely don’t know if there is something special about it. I am glad it is getting a definitive version, but I doubt I am in a position to take advantage

    I guess I will just wait on Digimon Survive.

  2. Randy Kent on August 10, 2019 at 5:53 pm said

    So I wont need to play the previous one to understand what the hell is going on in this game?

  3. It’s a pretty good collection.

  4. frank j casamento on August 11, 2019 at 7:48 pm said

    Any looking for 2 good ass Digimon games without the lazy incompetence of the Pokemon series get these game they are fucking great

  5. i’ll definetely gonna play this persona digimon game

  6. A good set of games, definitely worth a pickup if your a fan of Digimon, or JRPG’s in general. It’s also a great place to start if you’re curious about the series.

    The battle system is solid, and is kind of like a cross between Final Fantasy X and Pokemon with the way its structured. I’ve also seen a lot of people compare it to Shin Megami Tensei, but I’m not really familiar with that series.

    You can have up to 3 active Digimon in battle, and 8 in reserves. The active ones follow you around in the overworld, and it’s awesome.

    Without going into too much detail, I love the monster raising aspects of these games, evolution lines are very flexible, and it has good depth to it. Though it can be a bit grindy when going for some of the strongest Digimon in the game. But grinding can still be done fairly quickly with the right method.

    Overall I think the stories are solid, with Hacker’s Memory being especially good in this regard.

    My only real complaint is that some battles drag on too long. (Like those damn security walls in Hacker’s Memory.)

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