Digimon World: Data Squad (Sony PlayStation 2, 2007)
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|In Digimon World: Data Squad, gamers become Marcus, a new Digimon trainer on the Digital Accident Tactical Squad (DATS). As a DATS member, Marcus is charged with monitoring the Digimon activity in the real world. Marcus finds himself on a new mission when a breakdown of the barriers between two worlds has the Digimon universe experiencing some unfortunate consequences. Rogue Digimon are on a destruction spree and children are disappearing in the night. Marcus must find his way through the cyberganic world, dispatch the troublemakers, and find the missing kids. |
To complete this task, Marcus can rely on his brood of Digimon monsters. Four creatures may accompany Marcus on his journey, but only three can stand with him in battle. An "Emote" feature places importance on the moods of each animal. If Marcus takes the advice of his digital critters and executes the suggested move, the action's overall effectiveness is increased. There are more than 140 different animals to collect and train, and Marcus has two choices when it comes to upgrading his cyber-beasts: the Galactic Evolution System or random evolution. With the GES, Marcus can map out the path of his Digimon by creating constellations in a star system. The second option creates unknown combinations.
|Game||Digimon World: Data Squad|
|Platform||Sony PlayStation 2|
|ESRB Descriptor||Crude Humor, Mild Language|
|Number of Players||1|
|Game Special Features|
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- darrellsmomOct 25, 2015Verified purchase - USEDby
my son loved the game, got here in great time and great shape
- londmclaAug 7, 2015by
One of the greatest games of all time. Its one of the best rpgs. Digimon fans should pick this up even pokemon and medabots fans, Everyone should play this game its the best. Its one of the better monster rpgs out there and its a solid gaming experience.
- 5f48f80f65d3723...Feb 11, 2015by
Digimon World: Data Squad isn't much of a game.
Digimon World Data Bound is a role-playing game, a very slow moving role-playing game. You'll start off playing as Data Squad member Marcus Damon, whose Digimon is the dinosaur-like Agumon. But before long, you'll be playing as the entire Data Squad, providing you with a small party of Digimon with which to fight. Your Digimon will evolve over time, and there's a pretty huge number of different evolutionary paths each Digimon can take. You can influence this process by fulfilling specific conditions. Digimon World: Data Squad isn't much of a game to look at, with cheap, repetitive environments, enemies, and attack animations.
- jlac8229Nov 6, 2010by
Digimon World: Data Squad game
The Digimon World: Data Squad game came in yesterday and I was playing it from when I got it to the time I went to sleep that day. The game came just as described.
- vitt7294May 28, 2010by
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