- For a guide, please see Digimon World Guide.
|Name||Digimon World |
|Release Date||January 28, 1999 (PS1)|
May 23, 2000 (PS1)
July 06, 2001 (PS1)
|April 27, 2002 (PC)
|Language||Japanese, English, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Korean|
Digimon World (デジモンワールド, Dejimon Wārudo) is a video game.
The protagonist finds that his Digimon (V-Pet) is acting strangely. He is suddenly turned into data and lands in the Village of Beginnings, which only consists of a few buildings. He meets his Digimon in it's real form (Agumon or Gabumon) and is told by Jijimon that the city was once full of life. It turns out that a strange force has made most of the town's inhabitants feral. The protagonist must battle the Digimon to reawaken them.
The Digimon behave just like the V-Pet; they must be fed, healed etc. Your Digimon can be disciplined and trained.
In the American release, a lot of Japanese content has not been translated.
- Dark Lizamon
- Flare Lizarmon
- Great King Scumon
- Ice Devimon
- J Mojyamon
- Mori Shellmon
- Nise Drimogemon
- Platinum Scumon
- Red Vagimon
- Sand Yanmamon
- Shima Unimon
The Unwavering Forest (迷わずの森) is where the Village of Beginnings is located, and is the first area to explore in File Island. It is a forest with many digital trees and plants plugged in to outlets.
The Gear Savannah (ギアサバンナ) is a huge plain with various trees. It is notable for its huge factory to the north, constantly constructing and deconstructing unknown mechanical objects.
The Geko Swamp (ゲッコー湿地) is a wetland rumored to contain a palace where the ruler of the swamp resides.
The Misty Trees (ミスティツリース) is a forest covered in a thick fog all the time, where travelers can easily get lost.
The Freezeland (フリーズランド) is a frigid location where snow falls each day. An icy temple provides shelter and reprieve to those who are granted entry.
The Great Canyon (グレートキャニオン) is a canyon with very dry and hot weather. Recently installed elevators allows travelers to traverse up and down the canyon grounds.
The Overdell Cemetery (オーバーデル墓地) is a grim and dark location within a wasteland, and serves as the front yard to a royal mansion.
The Tropical Jungle (トロピカルジャングル) is a jungle with humid weather, with an annoying atmosphere consisting of buzzing noises and the screams of tribesmen.
The Infinity Mountain (ムゲンマウンテン) is a large mountain located at the center of File Island, where only the strongest of Digimon reside. A small bridge from the Village of Beginnings acts as the only point of entry into the mountain's core.
- During the Digimon World Summer Campaign a Hyper Colosseum Card, Dw-0 was distributed.
- The PAL version of the game runs slightly slower than the NTSC Versions. Around 16.67FPS rather than 20FPS.
- The reason for that is the way the game renders the frames. It calculates 60FPS but renders only the 3rd frame. Since the PAL region uses 50FPS as a standard and nobody on the localization team adjusted that rendering technique, the game lost 3,33 FPS making the game slightly slower as a result.
- Digimon Universe Appli Monsters (Manga) references numerous locations and items from Digimon World in the form of an homage to the videogame, though the locations themselves don't actually appear besides a banner.