Digimon World: Dusk

Posted by staff | Posted in Role Playing | Posted on 04-10-2010

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  • As you travel throughout the land, collect, tame, train, and evolve over 400 Digimon from 8 different species. Each game contains some unique and rare Digimon that can only be obtained through wireless communication with the other version of the game.
  • Digimon World: Dawn & Dusk both contain a new world map, which always shows where you have been and where you are currently located. The maps also show info on each dungeon, including what items and Digimon are available.
  • Raise, train and evolve your new Digimon at the Digifarm – you can chat with your Digimon, install or remove Farm Goods. Different Farms and Farm Goods help your Digimon learn new abilities, boost stats, even while you are not at the DigiFarm.
  • With intense 5 on 5 turn-based battles, manage your Digimon’s locations to gain an edge over your enemies. Digimon World Dawn & Dusk have a unique storyline that interweaves the stories of two very different characters and journeys.
  • Take your Digimon to battle over Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection. Obtain Tamer points during Wi-Fi battles then trade your Tamer points for rare items. Rare Digimon can also be acquired by Digi-matching.

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Digimon World: Dusk

Comments posted (5)

Dusk Is part of a set of two games. The only real difference between the two is what specie are available so make sure you check which version you really want. The plot is typical follow an up and coming trainer as some unspeakable evil tries to conquer the world, but the real attraction here is the gameplay. Lovers of pokemon will be familiar with the party of critters battle system though the creation and abilities are a lot easier on Digimon and don’t detract from the game. Farms have changed a bit, theme music and skins now make farms suited to one type or another.

Overall it’s very much another version of digimon world for the DS, new species, slight improvements longer story. Not bad all in all though extremely young players may struggle with the aspects of monster raising as they’re more complex than pokemon.

The verdict: Not bad, pick it up if you like this type of thing.
Rating: 4 / 5

if you like pokemon you would like it. if you like digimon you would love it. i started playing 5 hours a day. if you are like me you originally liked digimon but found other interests. in that case you will recognize a lot of them plus find new ones. unlike other rpg games there is a big after story. i soon got my sister and 2 friends into it. ps also consider digimon dawn
Rating: 5 / 5

The story is minimal. It uses a quest system that slowly advances the story.

The graphics are a little dated.

However, the battles are the reason I bought and liked this game. The large selection of digimon and the ability to customize them add a good deal of strategy to the game.

Pokemon was better in my opinion, but if you like those kind of games, then I’d pick this up too.
Rating: 4 / 5

This game brings a whole new meaning to strategy to walk and battle rpgs.

it has a imple but addictive battle style that……….

aaaa just screw this it is a awsome game
Rating: 5 / 5

This is a great game if you like Pokemon or other monster rasing RPGS. Its very addicting and although I’ve only played 3 hours, I can see its a long game; especially if you want to get all the Digimon. Unlike Pokemon which limits you to what your Pokemon can evolve into, in this game there are several digivolutions for your Digimon and you can always go back on a stage and change it up. There are also alot of quests which is deifferent from Pokemons linear questline. Overall I recommend getting this if you like these kinds of games or Digimon.
Rating: 5 / 5

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