Digimon Story: CyberSleuth (PS4)

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Set in the near future, the line between the real and digital worlds is blurred. Logging into cyberspace is part of everyday life. A harmless on-line chat spawns a chance encounter with a mysterious hacker for one teenager. Little did this teen know, this brief meeting would lead to a digi-monumental adventure.

In Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth, scan, raise, and train your faithful Digimon companions to battle by your side against a group of hacker criminals.

Do you have what it takes to crack this digi-case?


  • Featuring more than 250 Digimon from the animated series!
  • Become a detective to investigate and gather clues to solve the digital mystery!
  • The turn-based battle system returns! Connect attacks together for more powerful combos!
  • Scan, raise, train and battle Digimon. Digivolve to unlock more powerful forms!
  • Traverse and explore the vivid and immersive environments of the real & digital worlds.

Product Details

Video Games
18 Feb 2016
PlayStation 4
Standard Edition
Role-Playing Game
Bandai Namco
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Customer Reviews

All you could really want from a Digimon game

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I have not played many Digimon games in the past but I always wanted to try it out again so I decided to give this a try.

The game is very interesting and fun and my only complaint is that it can get a little bit repetitive.

The voice acting is in Japanese which does nother bother me but I suppose it would be nice to have an English option as well.

Overall the gameplay, music, graphics and story are great, and while it's not the greatest game ever made, it's all you could ever expect or want from a Digimon game.

Digimon Digital Monsters, Digimon are the champions

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This really is a great game for Digimon fans.It has a lot twists and turns and never a dull moment. It does get a bit repetative, but still a pleasure to pick up and play.


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Great game. Lots of fun and not too hardcore. Gets a bit repetitive but always fun to jump back to this now and then.

A game all RPG lovers must play!

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Digimon has never been more popular than Pokémon, but it has something that Pokémon doesn't, an appeal to a more mature audience. This games story while not amazing, kept me interested from beginning to end. I wanted to know what was happening and how the story would close off.
The Digimon have never looked better in any other game and I would say this is the best Digimon game since the PS one games were released. The graphics will not marvel and astound you, but are good for what they are. The sound is really amazing, giving an techno soundtrack with catchy beats.

The best part about this game is the RPG elements it brings. I have missed turn based combat so much and this is a welcome return. You can fight with 3 Digimon at once, but can swap from an entire team at anytime. Battles are fast, with an Auto option to help out when grinding. I would go as far as to say, this is the best JRPG out on PS4 right now.

I have one complaint however, I wish the voice acting was in English. There is a lot of talking, all in Japanese. Also, The online battle system rarely works correctly, but at has no effect on the main story and is more just an add on.

I would recommend this to JRPG fans whether you like Digimon or not. Who doesn't enjoy raising monsters and pitting them up against other people. I would also recommend this to Digimon fans, it is full of fan service and is true to the series. It was like watching an Anime series.

The Digimon game fans deserve!

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The following title offers loads to do in a great setting. While strong typical JRPG tropes are present the title still offers a great look into the Digital World that fans of the series will no doubt appreciate. The story line is unique to the game and doesn't tie in to any of the animation series or the upcoming anime as far as I know. The game offers a main quest as well as numerous side quest that should keep you busy for hours. The game doesn't go completely open world but rather makes use of a location select menu. In my opinion this doesn't detract from the title. A small negative point could be made of the fact that you need to retrace portions of the levels that you already cleared, but it doesn't detract much from the overall enjoyment. The game is often compared to the Nintendo Pokémon games, while relevant I feel that Digimon Story offers a lot more in terms of combat variety and strategy (Due to different Digivolution trees etc). Graphics wise the game won't win any awards, but it is adequate for next gen as the improved resolution and smooth textures really make the game world pop and makes the Digimon look really great.

Will this game be for everyone? I'm not sure, but for fans of the series or JRPG fans looking for a next gen fix this delivers!