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Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Introduces Three New Friends



    Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth will have you crack cases in the real and cyber worlds, and with the help of all kinds of people you’ll meet in both dimensions. Here’s a look at a few characters that will help you along the way.


    Mirei Mikagura:


    Mirei had lost her original body data due to a certain incident, and has been traveling around in cyberspace since then. She looks like a young lady, but her actual age is unknown. It remains a mystery as to why she’s traveling around in different cyber worlds (Digimon World).



    She runs the Digimon Lab, where you’ll go to help your Digimon grow and evolve. She also teaches the protagonist about all kinds of information that people from the actual world don’t know about. Mirei seems to be old friends with Kyoko Kuremi, too.


    Rina Shinomiya:

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    Rina is from a different real world than the one we live in, and they say that she used to adventure around the Digimon World with Veemon. It still remains a mystery as to how she ties into the story, but they also say that she’s annoying, very annoying… but cute.


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    As for her partner Veemon, she gave it the nickname Veevee. As far as their relationship goes, Rina is like the trouble-making older sister, while Veevee is the proper young brother that tries keeping her in check.


    Reiko Tawa:

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    Reiko is always pulling off strange pranks at a certain Tower Records shop in Shibuya. The protagonist meets Reiko, the energetic, happy, and music-loving girl, as part of some cyber detective work.


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    Reiko is in her teens, and is quite the fashionable girl, which shows with her occasionally hairstyle changes. She’s also really into music and anime.


    Finally, here’s a look at some of the Digimon you’ll see in the game:





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    Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth will release in Japan on March 12, 2015 for PlayStation Vita.

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