Summary: This game is a little bit easy thusfar, but what game isnt anymore. the gameplay is pretty good though, it reminds me of an old school rpg meets ds in the world of digimon. the begining like 10 min of intro can really get you confused if you're new to the franchise though. i haven't beaten it yet but i like it so far.
Summary: I ordered this game, I ended up getting the case for it, but the game inside was Digimon World Championship This game is very hard to come by apparently and I haven't been able to find it yet, I was given a full refund for the game and shipping so it's not a loss just wish I could've gotten to play the game.
Summary: I'm new to the Digimon thing as back when it started on TV I was a Pokemon fan and managed to see only a very few episodes of Digimon and marked it off as a Pokemon clone. Plus, I think I saw an episode with Etemon in it which totally turned me off of the series... too bad it wasn't an episode with Myotismon instead. Mmmm bishie.
Summary: One thing I appreciate about this game is that, while they've adopted some of the traits that made the Pokemon games successful, they've also maintained the separate identity of the Digimon. Before I played this game, my favorite in the series was the second. And, by the way, this is the fifth in the series, not the sixth. Of the Digimon World games, this one is the most cartoony-looking; but that doesn't take away from playability.
Summary: I love Digimon when I was a kid, and I still do after finishing watching the first season of Digimon just now (again...) It was never a big phenomenon like Pokemon, but somehow it still lives on! This is the first Digimon game for the Nintendo DS, and a great one too! It features almost every Digimon from Season 1 to Season 4! Even though it doesn't follow the digivolving mechanism introduced on the television series, it is still as addicting as ever!
Great for fans of the series, but may be a turn off for those who don't know the franchise..
J. Faust, Amazon
26 November 2006
Summary: Firstly, this isn't really a game called Digimon World 6. This game is Digimon Story, translated into Digimon World DS. Chronologically, in America, it would be Digimon World 5. To start things off, this is a really fun game. The premise is that you are a human who is brought to the digital world to raise digital monsters, or digimon. Throughout the game you can raise your digimon from Baby to Mega levels, even degenerating to make them more powerful.