Excerpt: Digimon World Championship is a different take on the Digimon franchise. If hearing Digimon does not warrant a response then let the WMG give you guys a little background. These digital monsters (Digimon) fight for the characters, digivolve (a form of evolving) into more powerful digital monsters.
Conclusion: If you haven't figured it out already, I did not have a good time with this game. In fact, part of me doesn't even want to call it a game. It's basically a digital pet simulator with some random other elements tossed in, but even they don't work that well.
Summary: By now you might assume that I rather dislike this game, and you'd be right. The story is non-existent. There is no reason given why you are a Digimon Tamer, or why anyone should care.
Pros: Sprites are drawn well., True to the Digimon world in that Digimon are accurately represented., Sometimes the hunting minigames can be fun...sometimes.
Cons: Training Digimon is confusing and uninteresting., Music is boring and unmemorable., Slow-down at times is unexcusable., Digivolving process is bizarre., Graphics are only sub-par., Gets repetitive and extremely boring.
Summary: As a new Tamer, players must utilize a variety of hunting gear to explore and hunt over 200 wild Digimon in their natural habitats. Epic battles are only part of the action as players prepare their powerful Digimon to fight for special titles, money, and above all the glory of becoming the ultimate...
Conclusion: Digimon Tamers will explore the entire Digital World to capture any of the over 200 of wild Digimon using a variety of hunting traps and gear. Once in their possession, players can train their Digimon to boost specific abilities, preparing them to compete in over 50 different Title matches.