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Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Hacker’s Memory Introduces New Character Erika Mishima


Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth Hacker's Memory

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Hacker’s Memory features a different protagonist in an “other side” story from the original game. The latest issue of V-Jump introduces us to new character Erikia Mishima and more on its story.


As we’ve previously detailed, protagonist Keisuke Amazawa falls victim of identity theft and is accused of a crime he didn’t do. In order to find the culprit, he joins a team of hackers called “Hudie,” with a base of operations at a cyber café.


With Hudie, you’ll take on various requests from the PC. From there, you’ll be required to take on dungeons, investigate the real world, and put your hacking skills to use.



The above is a look at a new character named Erika Mishima. She’s a genius hacker, a member of Hudie, a girl who is extremely shy of strangers, and a shut-in who lives together with her older brother. An incident in her past has awakened the genius in her.


Her partner is the klutzy cowrard Wormmon. After Erika saved it from a pinch in the past, they’ve been partners ever since. The two will work together with the protagonist and even help out in battles at times.


The magazine also shows that Fei makes a return with her partner TigerVespamon. The Zaxon hacker, who does just about anything to achieve her goals, will show her “other side” story in Hacker’s Memory as well.


Digimon Story: Hacker’s Memory releases in Japan in 2017 for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita. The game releases in the West sometime in early 2018.

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