A teenager is granted the ability to move freely between physical and digital worlds and befriend colorful monsters made of code, but that’s not important right now. We’ve got to solve the case of the broken air conditioner!
It’s Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth day, at least for folks able to grab a PS4 or Vita copy. I’ve not gotten the chance yet, so in the meantime might I direct you to Richard Eisenbeis’ excellent impressions of the Japanese version. It’s the same thing, only with squiggles.
Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth arrives on the PlayStation 4 and Vita this week, and it sounds like the game digital monster fans have been waiting for. Digimon Heroes, released this past week for iOS and Android? Not so much.
Welcome to the story of how the DigiDestined grew up.
Digimon. Digital Monsters. Digimon are the champions.
Just because we’ve still a few more months before the newest Digimon game hits Western shores is no reason why we can’t have a bit of Digimon fun right now. Join me as I play the Japanese version of Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth and let’s see if we can save the digital world!
Wondering if your favorite Digimon is in the new game, Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth? Well, with 240 of them in the game, I’m going to go with: Yes.
I’m 10 hours into Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuths, killing Digimon at the end of the first non-tutorial dungeon, overleveled beyond belief, and getting next to no EXP—but I am so close to getting my Angewomon, you guys.
A couple years of jealous drooling and suffering through the release of Digimon All-Star Rumble have finally paid off—Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth is coming to North and South American PlayStation 4 and Vita in 2016.
Well aren't you an adorable little nightmare-blob? Yes you are!
2014: A wonderful year full of fantastic titles. Everyone on TAY has been singing praises of their best of the year, and after so many great Best Of lists, so I didn't feel like I had much more to say regarding that. Instead I invite you to take a look forward to what will be another great year in gaming. With so many…
Earlier this fall Bandai Namco released Digimon All-Star Rumble in North America. That's not the game long-time fans wanted. We wanted Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth, the sleek and stylish role-playing game coming to the Japanese Vita in March.
Oh Gatomon, you don't need to be a Pokemon to win my heart. You've got your own game coming November 11 to Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, and in the latest trailer for Digimon All-Star Rumble, you're the star.
Despite its loyal fanbase, Digimon has long played second fiddle to Pokémon. Tired of having all their digital monsters left out of the party that is Super Smash Bros. in favor of the company's more recognizable characters like Pac-Man, Bandai Namco announced today that it's making its own multiplayer arena brawler.
Your pocket? Yes. Your bunghole? Just don't. Please. If you didn't think that was common sense, there was apparently a warning to Digimon players about just that.
This is a screenshot for Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth for the PlayStation Vita. It's a game that probably won't make it to North America. It's not even due out in Japan until 2015. I'm so excited.
After the 'Mega Evolution' announcement for Pokemon X & Y, some fans couldn't help but wonder two things: wait a minute, aren't those temporary power-ups you gain in-battle kiiiind of like Digimon's 'Mega Digivolution'? And how would the games maintain balance with said power-ups?
It seems the people want a new Digimon. On Change.org, an Italian fan of the monster-collecting-and-fighting game series started a petition, asking Namco-Bandai to localize the latest entry, Digimon World Re:Digitize Decode, overseas.
Digimon World Re:Digitize Decode was just released on the 3DS in Japan. Originally, it appeared on the PSP as Digimon World Re:Digitize. If this is anything to go by, it might not be the best port.
Without fail, a new Pokémon generation will bring with it a wave of criticism—the idea that Game Freak has progressively gotten worse at designing new Pokémon. I've noticed that folks who are critical of new Pokémon will typically point toward the original 151 Pokémon as examples of amazing, if not the best, Pokémon…