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- Over 200 Digi on from the animated series!
- Choose between a male or female protagonist
- For the first time ever in the series, explore the Digital World with not one, but TWO Digi on partners!
- Your success in battles & the growth of your partners is totally dependent on you: Raise, train, feed, discipline, etc. in real-time to form strong bonds with your Digi on companions.
- Evolved AI Battle System: Strong bonds with your partners is key - train your Digi on to excel in AI battles on their own.
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The Digi on World series returns to the West with Digi on World: Next Order! An all-new adventure & story awaits! The Digital World is in despair. Machinedramons are running rampant and causing utter chaos... the Digital World needs your help! Explore and traverse the Digital World to solve a Digi-mystery. Recruit faithful Digi on companions and meet friends along the way to help you on this epic journey. The Digital World is waiting for you... Or are you waiting for the Digital World?
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For me this game was fueled solely on nostalgia. It wasn't very good. The story was too short and uninteresting. Difficulty is pretty inconsistent in terms of enemy placement around the world and tends to spike pretty hard for the story. Just about everything you do in the game is a chore. Your digimons' AI is kindergarten level intelligent. The special moves are poorly/lazily animated. You walk WAY too slow for how much walking you end up having to do. There is no real good source of income so you're more or less broke AF until later when you can actually farm. Pretty much the whole game feels kind of mediocre at best. Way too many things I can't stand about it to make up for the few good things about this game. I would watch some gameplay of this first if you're really considering buying. I wouldn't settle for anything more than 30 bucks.
Flotia is cool
Battles are pretty dumb
Early on Bosses are OP in Normal Mode
Not enough control over the Digimon
Other Thoughts: For the second Machinedremon battle, I needed at least 1 Mega to win on Normal mode, 2 Ultimates will not cut it, even w/ HP over 10,000 it can 2HKO your digimon if they are below mega.
It had a decent amount of Digimon and long, decent (sometimes obvious) story.
So when I heard a new Digimon was released around the same time overseas I didn't bat an eyelid this was typical Bamco but much to my surprise they decided to release it in English as well I did remain skeptical as the down time between releases were minimal for gaming standards and low and behold I was right.
I'll start with the positives:
Legal and Localized - Can't be emphasized enough how nice it is to simply go out and purchase the next Digimon game like our fellow tamers overseas.
Voices/Graphics are Bearable - Could be better could be worse.
Sound Effects - Some familiar sounds from previous games return you should recognize them immediately if you've played older games.
Updates to the old system - You no longer have to use Faqs or guess what you'll need to Digivolve into a specific Mon granted it would still help but it's unneeded as after praising or scolding your partner they will slowly reveal their paths to you.You also gain upgrades that help speed up almost everything you will be doing besides running.
Enemy Level Escalation - May be less of a headache on the easy difficulty but on the normal one don't be surprised if you're Ultimates gets knocked out by a level 20 Rookie and its friends.
Grinding - The amount of grinding you have to do on a constant basis can be pretty draining and I found myself getting sidetracked as the process got pretty boring quick.
Music - It just doesn't have the same charm as the original Digimon World and at times I found myself getting annoyed of it altogether and cutting it off.
Recruit Missions - It would've been nice if these were optional but they're not you can only go so far in the game before Jijimon has nothing to do for you and you must run around like a chicken with its head cut off trying to find Mons to join the city for the next mission to start.
Roster - At the time of this review the roster is at 231... 231 on a PS4!! They're thousands of Digimon why do we have access to such a small amount? A certain Mon game that came out on the Game Boy Color had 251! To make matters worse it's almost the same exact roster from Cyber Sleuth some Digimon were even removed and replaced with reskins for who knows what reason and only a handful of new ones was added.
So in retrospect I recommend this only for the hardcore gamers/digimon fans or anyone who wants to support Bamco in hopes they get the next one right and continue to release it everywhere.