The Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth a PS4 games for teens and is now available in English. This game does incredible justice to the Digimon series as well as JRPGs in general. The story is deep and engaging, the Digimon characters are fun and engaging, and the fact that you can create your own dream team of awesome Digimon from the show just makes the game so much fun, you get to explore the cyberspace world. When the world is in crisis a wish can create miracles.
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You get around 200 Digimon to choose from so you can scan, raise, and train your faithful Digimon companions to battle by your side against a group of hackers. The visuals, character models, and attack animations are outstanding. The music is surprisingly good. The gameplay is incredibly fun and engaging, battles are turn based and require a lot of agency, using skills and switching between your party and reserve Digimon to capitalize on weaknesses.
In the gameplay you get to play either Takumi Aiba, Aiba or Ami Aiba , Aiba Ami, they are Japanese amateur hackers and they receive a device called a Digimon Capture from a mysterious stranger in a chat room which allows them to capture and befriend Digimon, creatures that inhabit a next-generation version of the internet called Cyberspace Eden which users can physically enter.
After traveling to the lowest levels of Eden, they are attacked by a data-based entity called an “Eater” who leaves their bodies half-digitized, and find that they can now freely travel between the real world and the virtual world via terminals. They are approached by a woman named Kyoko Kuremi, head of the Kuremi Detective Agency, who recruits them as part of their cyber division.