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  • Summary: Become a cyber detective or powerful hacker to solve diabolical digi-mysteries. Embark on a thrilling adventure where the line between the real and digital worlds is blurred. Featuring more than 300 digital to collect, raise, and digivolve. Build an all-star Digimon team to take on opponentsBecome a cyber detective or powerful hacker to solve diabolical digi-mysteries. Embark on a thrilling adventure where the line between the real and digital worlds is blurred. Featuring more than 300 digital to collect, raise, and digivolve. Build an all-star Digimon team to take on opponents in classic turn-based battles.
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  1. Oct 22, 2019
    90
    Despite a somewhat repetitive level design and an online mode that can be improved, this compilation of the two most recent turn-based role-playing games of the Digimon franchise is an essential experience for those who want to enjoy an interesting plot, a classic but deep combat system and an excellent artistic section created by Suzuhito Yasuda.
  2. Oct 21, 2019
    90
    All in all, it’s hard to argue against this collection, even with those small technical issues. For less than a full-priced game you are getting not one, but two great and substantial RPGs. Cyber Sleuth is easily among the best Digimon games and stories, while Hacker’s Memory might have its downsides compared to the base game but still is an good game on its own. If you ever enjoyed Digimon but haven’t played either of these games, then this is the way to experience modern Digimon at its best. Even those who haven’t heard of Digimon can have a good time since they’re great RPGs, and those who already played them can even go back to the original Cyber Sleuth and enjoy its improvements taken from Hacker’s Memory. If the future of Digimon games takes notes from this series, then I’m excited to see them evolve even further.
  3. 80
    While it may not add anything to make it worth double dipping outside of some previous additional content, Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth: Complete Edition gains the element of portability on the Nintendo Switch that makes the game more accessible than ever to play as you aim to collect the more than 300 available Digimon and save the real and digital worlds.
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  1. Oct 19, 2019
    10
    Solid port of 2 solid RPGS, great games for any fan of JRPGS or monster battling games.
  2. Oct 19, 2019
    10
    Digimon Story Cybersleuth is a must play for all Digimon fans and JRPGS fans, it has great designs and great music, the story is really goodDigimon Story Cybersleuth is a must play for all Digimon fans and JRPGS fans, it has great designs and great music, the story is really good and the characters are rich in character
    It has a lot of grinding in the end game, but it's still fun because of how much details a single Digimon has, every digimon has their own unique skills and animations with victory poses!.overall I really enjoyed both games and I can't recommend it enough.
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  3. Oct 20, 2019
    10
    Amazing game , amazing design especially for the Digimons , you can play with more than 340 of Digimons , maybe there's one negative thatAmazing game , amazing design especially for the Digimons , you can play with more than 340 of Digimons , maybe there's one negative that there's a lot of dialogues and it's boring some times but at end it's one of best Digimon game wish that Bandai will create better game in the future and i wish to be open world in the Digital world Expand
  4. Oct 18, 2019
    10
    As someone who played the original on the PS4, these are great games, and a great rpg too. The game-play seem difficult at first, but once youAs someone who played the original on the PS4, these are great games, and a great rpg too. The game-play seem difficult at first, but once you finish the tutorial, the game will be a piece of cake if you master it.
    The story is beautiful, even if you're not a fan of digimon, the game will explain the important thing abouts certain groups of digimon and what are digimon in general.
    But I recommend you to play Cybersleuth first, then Hackers Memory, because the second one is a complement of the first, and if you play that game first, you're gonna be spoiled about things that happen in the first game.
    And the best part is that you can customize your character and digimon. Speaking of digimon, all of the digimon that appeared in HM, they're available in CS (Meaning that if you wanted to play with triceramon , for example, in CS, in the PS4 you can't because limitations, but now those limitation don't exist)

    I don't have to say anything else because it will be spoiler at this point. But I recommend you to get this game full price. It's worth it. And maybe you became a fan of digimon with this game.
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  5. Oct 21, 2019
    9
    I don't get why this game isn't getting more media attention. Hardly any Critic reviews!
    This may just be the best monster raising game on
    I don't get why this game isn't getting more media attention. Hardly any Critic reviews!
    This may just be the best monster raising game on the Switch right now. This platform is perfect for the game as the on the go pick up and play nature Switch suits turn based battles perfectly.
    The start of the game is a little slow as seems to be the case with nearly all JRPGs but once you actually get a Digimon and get battling it is great fun. I have never played a Digimon game before but am enjoying this a lot, if you like Pokemon you should enjoy this, it is so nice to play something similar but different enough to make it feel new and give me a similar feeling to when I first discovered the world of Pokemon! I'm excited to learn more about this franchise.
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