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Digimon World DS

by Namco
Nintendo DS
Everyone 10+
4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews) 71 / 100


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  • Travel through the vast digital world of Digimon to collect over 250 Digimons, from 8 different species
  • Put them in live DIGI farm to raise your Digimons - the dual DS screens let you engage in your main game activities while you interact live with your Digimons at your farm
  • Strategic & dynamic battle system - Predict your opponent's next move and plan your next attack -- no more button-mashing
  • Connect with a friend's Digimon collection through WiFi and make your own Hybrid Digimons -- exchange up to 40 Digimon wirelessly
  • Engage in 3-on-3 wireless battles and win to claim rare items

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Product Details

  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000GA8U9W
  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 5.5 x 0.5 inches
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 7, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,264 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

Product Description

Digimon World 6 is the latest and advanced new game that gives you two screens' worth of Digimon adventure! Over 250 unique Digimons will be at the fans command -- build Digi-Farms to raise, evolve and communicate with your Digimons. You will also be able to exchange Digimons, engage in online battles and together create rare kinds of Digimon with your friends via Wi-Fi and local DS wireless connection. This is the evolution of Digimon games.

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50 of 52 people found the following review helpful
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Firstly, this isn't really a game called Digimon World 6. This game is Digimon Story, translated into Digimon World DS. Chronologically, in America, it would be Digimon World 5.

To start things off, this is a really fun game. The premise is that you are a human who is brought to the digital world to raise digital monsters, or digimon. Throughout the game you can raise your digimon from Baby to Mega levels, even degenerating to make them more powerful. Furthermore, there is a training area, called a digi farm, where you can put your digimon to grow while you are out battling.

The game is an RPG. You gain levels and stats increase, allowing you to digivolve once certain requirements are met. You can also equip swords, shields, and accessories.

Pluses -

You can own over 200 digimon, and choose to make your favorites as powerful as they can be.

If you are a fan of the show, it's great to see your favorite digimon show up in the wild, be it Gabumon, Angemon, or even Myotismon.

North America is introduced to Digimon Savers, the new series running in Japan. There are many character that appear in the game that are from the series.

Negatives -

The game can be a bit glitchy. Some things may not load right away, and I once experienced the top screen, which holds the digi farm, turn black. This was remedied by entering the digi farm and talking to one of my digimon.

Some of the evolutions of the digimon aren't the same as the television series. Angewomon doesn't evolve into Magnadramon, Impmon doesn't evolve through to Beelzemon...Matadormon doesn't become Grandracmon and so on. It's not a bad thing, just a tad dissappointing to the die hard fans such as I.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The new world for your DS December 28, 2006
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Digimon is now based the fun, simplisticness of Pokemon RPGs. Much of the game is similar, including the battle premise and the 'get as many monsters as possible' theme. However, along with battling and gaining Digimon, there are tons of mini side quests, shopping to do, farm expanding, digivolving and much more.

One of the greatest things about this game is that, unlike in the TV show or Pokemon you acutally choose what your Digimon is/will be. For example: if you choose to start with Tanemon you can digivolve it into Palmon. Later on, you decide you want to evolve it into Raramon so (if you're at the right rank) you degenerate it back to Tanemon and digivolve the Tanemon into Raramon.

On top of that, unlike in Pokemon, each Digimon has its own type of experience points. Tokomon and Patamon have flying experience points while Renamon and Monzaemon have holy experience points and Tyranomon and Airdramon give out dragon experience points. Certain Digimon may need certain experience points to digivolve into a higher form. Therefore, after meeting level requirements you may need to search out a certain element of Digimon to get enough experience to Digivolve to the next level.

Apart from that there are sidequests that are almost always 'chain' premise. For example: your Koromon asks you to deliver so and so such and such item. Once you find them, they ask you to find so and so, and they want you to find such and such and so on.

Most of the sprites (pictures of characters) are similar to Pokemon Ranger (the way the Digimon follow you, not the actual sprites)and most of the Digimon sprites are very cute too.

Returning from Pokemon is nicknaming, but with a different (and nicer) twist.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Definelty best in series January 29, 2007
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
This game is different than the others because its kinda like a 1st person point of view through all the battles. Its roaming around until you get to objectives like the other games but i think its much funner than the others. I spent around 80 hours to 100% complete and get everything in the game and it was a fun 80 hours let me tell you that. The only reason that i rated it 4 stars for fun was because a lot in the game you fight a boss or more in every level and usually you have to train a lot to beat them. So that gets a little annoying just walking around and battling and training for hours but once you can beat the boss its worth it.

I really liked the new gameplay style in this digimon world and there are over 200 digimon that you can get which makes it very tough to just get them all. The bad thing about that is that you can only store up to 40 digimon in your "Digimon Farm" but you can have as many digimon's "Scan Data" as you want. So overall i would buy this game because i dont regret spending $27.00 on a great game like this.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars They Should Have Called This Something Else August 1, 2008
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Every now and again you'll have a game come along which associates itself with otherwise dull material and you'll pass it up for years based on that premise. Digimon World is one of those games. I wholeheartedly dismissed this game on the basis of it being a Digimon game because the anime I find to be lackluster and previous Digimon games had been pretty bad.

Upon starting up this game you'd probably be pretty skeptical because the writing and story are apparently laughably bad and the graphics really aren't anything to get in to a nerd fervor over. Fast forward an hour to a point when you've circumnavigated the mindless RPG introduction drivel ("This is how you do turn based combat" "This is your health points"...) and you'll slowly but surely fall in love with one of the most original and well done monster collection games I've set my hands on since the original Pokémon games.

You start by selecting from 3 starting critters which will probably be familiar to fans of the series. From there you embark on various tasks in the digital world in an effort to become the greatest trainer. This all sounds generic but that's really where most of the similarities to other games end.

As opposed to having to catch or entice monsters like you would in Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker or Pokémon Pearl Digimon has you slowly collecting a monster's data as you fight them. Some faster than others but you're still effectively always "catching" monsters as you fight.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars Great game!
Great game for the time I've spent playing it so far, but when I received it it only included the cartridge, with no manual or case. Read more
Published 21 hours ago by Jeremy Smith
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Like all good RPGS it takes time but, still a fun experience.
Published 1 month ago by Jim
4.0 out of 5 stars fun game
I really reccomend this game if your a digimon fan. The only negative thing about this game is that if you want all the digimon you cant collect them all unless you have someone to... Read more
Published 2 months ago by justingomez
4.0 out of 5 stars Good Game
Very grind heavy game, with many tactics and skills unique to each digimon. Making this game a good buy. Read more
Published 4 months ago by Dirrob90
3.0 out of 5 stars ok
I played it for a few hours then the game froze it's an old game tho graphics aren't to good
Published 6 months ago by SalomeSanchez
5.0 out of 5 stars great game
Great game for fans of the old television series.playing this game brought me back to my childhood.the price was great,item arrived on time.
Published 7 months ago by Chantele Belamour
5.0 out of 5 stars Great game, fast shipping
Great game and it arrived very quickly too. There was no case with it (as in description) so instead it was wrapped in a little bit of paper towel.
Published 8 months ago by Jon
3.0 out of 5 stars Digimon World DS
This game has a lot of potential but it requires a lot of replaying the same level in order to level up your Digimon or complete the quest. Read more
Published 10 months ago by carmen zook
5.0 out of 5 stars love the game
love the game, have not played digimon games in a long long time, to tell you the truth I got it for my son but I been playing more
Published 15 months ago by julian valdez
5.0 out of 5 stars digimon world
My grandson is very pleased with this purchase. He has been looking everywhere to purchase this game. It is even better that is is more than one game. A good value.
Published 18 months ago by Holly Carden
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