Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth for PlayStation 4

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth

Feb 2, 2016
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About this game

Developer: Media.Vision
Content Rating: Teen


Set in the near future, the line between the real and digital worlds is blurred. Logging into cyberspace is part of everyday life. For one teenager, a harmless on-line chat spawns a chance encounter with a mysterious hacker. Little did this teen know, this brief meeting would lead to a digi-monumental adventure. In Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth, scan, raise, and train your faithful Digimon companions to battle by your side against a group of hackers. Do you have what it takes to crack this digi-case?

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Apr 20, 2020
i own this game on Vita, and then i bought it again on PS4 with discounted price, really enjoyed it on big screen, i know i should buy the complete edition on Switch, but it ain't feel right, for Switch is home for Pokemon, this is just my opinion

really the best Digimon game i ever played, beside Digimon World 2 and Digimon World 3 on PSX
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Critic Reviews

25 Reviews
Jae LeeFeb 16, 2016
For the 15th anniversary and the first Digimon game to be released in the west in over seven years, the fans deserved better than the localization effort put forth here. Still, despite these issues, the core gameplay remains strong and stands as a fun game to play- just not to read.
Jowi MeliFeb 07, 2016
Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth isn’t a perfect video game interpretation of Bandai Namco’s long-running franchise, but it’s a huge step in the right direction for fans who have been waiting to see the series get on Pokémon’s level. The core gameplay is simple but addictive, making this a perfectly accessible jumping-on point for both casual and hardcore fans of RPGs and Digimon.
Zack ReeseMar 09, 2016
It has a fantastic presentation with great character designs, and the game looks and runs very well on both the PlayStation 4 and Vita platforms. There are some real downsides to the experience, however. Being forced to grind AP points to reach the higher levels of the Digivolution scale can be monotonous. The story also takes a little too long to get going, though it gets exciting once it finally does. The gameplay is your standard Japanese RPG fare with a lean towards a Shin Megami Tensei design, but its wrappings help raise it well above the average lot.