Digimon World Re:Digitize
- For the manga of the same name, see Digimon World Re:Digitize (Manga).
|Name||Digimon World Re:Digitize|
|Release Date||July 19, 2012|
Digimon World Re:Digitize (デジモンワールド リ：デジタイズ, Dejimon Wārudo Ri:Dejitaizu) is a video game.
Manga artist Yasuda Suzuhito is responsible for the character design.
- 1 Story
- 2 Gameplay
- 3 Characters
- 4 Digimon
- 5 Locations
- 6 Screenshots
- 7 Image Gallery
- 8 Reception
- 9 Staff
- 10 Trivia
- 11 External Links
- 12 Additional Information
13 years have passed since the events of Digimon World...this is equivalent to over 9000 Digi-Years (or 780 years) in the Digital World. Many changes has occurred to File Island, as its environment changes drastically, and the GIGO Company gains access of Infinity Mountain and converts it into the DigiTower for their new Internet game - Digital Monster.
The top 3 ranked players of Digital Monster: Rank 3 player Taiga, Rank 2 player Nicolai Petrov, and the mysterious Rank 1 player Nyanko Tamer, are invited to a special online event for the game. However, when Taiga figures out the secret password which grants access to the event: "Re:Digitize," the three players, along with two other people, are sucked into their computers and transferred to File Island.
For what purpose are they brought to the Digital World...?
Being the true successor and sequel to Digimon World, the Digimon behave just like the V-Pet; they must be fed and healed, and can be disciplined and trained. You can explore the various areas of File Island, and see the changes that has occurred by the time of Re:Digitize. Other Digimon can be found and battled for Bits and items.
A new feature in Re:Digitize allows a dying Digimon's data to be stored as DigiMemory and summoned a limited number of times during battle. DigiMemory can then be used to Jogress with the Digimon it's equipped to, if compatible.
- Nicolai Petrov
- Rindou Akiho
- Kuga Yuuya
- Mikagura Mirei
- Yagami Taichi
- Ishida Yamato
- Takenouchi Sora
- Matsuda Takato
- Professor Petrov
- Lili (Emilie de Rochefort)
The Railway Plains (鉄路の平原) is the first area to explore in the Digital World. It is a green hill, with many trains and an old railway.
The Signpost Woods (道標の森) is a forest with many signposts and gauges.
The Submerged Ruins (水没の古都) is an ancient city that has been entirely submerged.
The Ancient Bone Swamp (古代骨の沼) is an impressive swamp held together symbolically by giant skeleton data.
The Underground Waterway Labyrinth (地下水路迷宮) is a waterway with a structure as complex as that of a labyrinth.
The Fluorescent Cave (ケイコウ洞窟) is a cave with shining greenery.
The Gravel Wasteland (砂礫の荒野) is a mysterious desert with ancient ruins and giant light bulbs.
The Night Canyon (ナイトキャニオン) is a sensational canyon configured from thoughts surrounding nightlife and the remnants of the Real World.
The Boncano Volcano (ボンケーノ火山) is a hot spot of the Digital World where steel structures and the convection of overwhelming heat collide.
The Powdery Cliff (パウダリークリフ) is a place completely filled with snow and ice. It looks like a magical world, but it is rejected by all living creatures due to its ruthless scenery.
The Binary Castle (バイナリキャッスル) is a sacred castle where only the strongest of Digimon reside.
Famitsu gave Re:Digitize a good score of 8/8/7/8 [31/40]
|Producer(s)||Habu Kazumasa||羽生 和正|
|Character Design||Yasuda Suzuhito||ヤスダスズヒト|
- According to Hubmon's development blog the title "Re:Digitize" stands for "restoring the Digital World to it's Origin" and can be also seen as "resurrecting the Digimon World series".