Summary: Digimon DS is awesome! Great plot, makes you wonder what's going to happen next. On the top screen of the DS,you can check out your digimon messing around on your farm while you do a mission. Sometimes they will talk while they train which is very useful when they send you $1,000. Missions are challenging because sometimes you are required to find something hidden somewhere to unlock where the boss is.
Summary: This game is different than the others because its kinda like a 1st person point of view through all the battles. Its roaming around until you get to objectives like the other games but i think its much funner than the others. I spent around 80 hours to 100% complete and get everything in the game and it was a fun 80 hours let me tell you that.
There's No Stopping Space Vikings T. Edwards!, Amazon
3 July 2009
Summary: Every now and again you'll have a game come along which associates itself with otherwise dull material and you'll pass it up for years based on that premise. Digimon World is one of those games. I wholeheartedly dismissed this game on the basis of it being a Digimon game because the anime I find to be lackluster and previous Digimon games had been pretty bad.
Summary: Digimon is now based the fun, simplisticness of Pokemon RPGs. Much of the game is similar, including the battle premise and the 'get as many monsters as possible' theme. However, along with battling and gaining Digimon, there are tons of mini side quests, shopping to do, farm expanding, digivolving and much more. One of the greatest things about this game is that, unlike in the TV show or Pokemon you acutally choose what your Digimon is/will be.