Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth previously shared a look at some of their most popular Digimon with Agumon and Gabumon, and the official website also shared a few others including a recent look at Leomon, along with a recap on some of the character introduced thus far.
The above is a first look at Leomon, the King of Beasts who is shown doing what looks like his Fist of the Beast King attack.
To catch you up to speed on some of the characters of Digimon Story: Cybersleuth, here’s another look at some of the key characters we’ve been introduced to thus far:
Nokia Shiramine is a girl who encounters Digimon with all the feelings in her heart. She has the motto of “Be what you must be”. She’ll occasionally be down, but she’s actually pretty positive for the most part.
Nokia likes to put on a brave face, but she’s actually quite the scaredy cat, as she’s afraid of the supposed ghost of a young boy in Cyberspace, but she’ll go all the way to the bottom floor thanks to her interest in Digimon.
Arata Sanada is a former hacker, and an older brother figure to those around him. Similar to Nokia, Digimon Story’s protagonist meets him in an online chat. He’s an easy-going guy, but can be a little confusing to others, but he often shows the younger protagonist his caring older brother-side.
While he was quite the hacker in the past, he seems to not like talking about it much.
Protagonist (Male and Female)
The protagonist has always shared an interest in hacking. One day, he/she acquired a device to capture Digimon, called the Digimon Capture, and decides to login and check out the rumored bottom floor of Cyberspace.
However, due to some sort of malfunction, part of his/her mind’s data gets damaged, and turns him/her into some sort of half-digital body, and thrown back into the real world.
While all this was going on, the city in the real world seems to have connected data with Cyberspace, resulting in the materialization of things that shouldn’t be in the real world.
Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth is in development for a 2015 release on PlayStation Vita.