New Digimon, a New Character and New Screenshots Revealed for Digimon World Re:Digitize Decode

By Allisa James

June 26, 2013

After almost a month, Namco Bandai has finally released a new update for Digimon World Re:Digitize Decode, which will be released tomorrow in Japan for 3DS as an enhanced port of the original PSP game Digimon World Re:Digitize.

In this chapter, a mysterious demon Digimon is none too pleased with the way Barubamon has being ruling over the Digi-Tower. Ofanimon, the mega form of the female angel-type Digimon, comes before the protagonists to ask for their assistance in subduing him. When the heroes arrive in the pitch-black area where the demon Digimon resides, their Digivices malfunction completely.

Berufemon is the sealed first form of the demon Digimon and is currently in a deep slumber. Its power is said to be mighty but no one knows for sure. Berufemon’s true form is Revivamon, a gigantic Digimon whose huge jaw can even swallow the Digital World. It is said that if he was to awaken, both angelic and demonic Digimon would flee from him.

In another surprise twist Lili (Emile de Rochefort), from the Tekken series, makes a (not so) dramatic appearance in Digimon World Re:Digitize Decode. As usual, the tomboy princess is participating in street fights but one day she becomes hooked on the net game Digital Monster. The protagonist defeats her in a match and ever since then she constantly challenges him to matches.

And finally, there are two new areas in the Digital World: the Digimon district and the Digimon bar. The former is a community that you can extend by build facilities in order to attract more Digimon. The latter is a salon called the Night Canyon that you can run and even hire a bouncer for (a Digimon of course). A bouncer can be hired for 12, 24 or 36 hours and you must pay them that corresponding rate.

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Allisa James

Senior Weekend Staff Writer for DualShockers. Loves JRPGs, artbooks, and anime.

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