Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Will Have You Switching Between Both Worlds

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Both the digital and real worlds will be coming together in Digimon Story: Cyber Sleauth, where you’ll be able to run around Japan with the likes of Agumon and others following closely behind. This week’s Jump magazine shares a few more details on the upcoming PlayStation Vita RPG. (Thanks, kazu4281)


According to the magazine report, there will be several mysterious cases going on in both words, and you’ll need to use your wits to solve them. The protagonist is said to be admired by hackers, and has the power to handle Digimon.


He has a special ability called “Connect Jump” that allows him to freely travel between the real world and the digital world of “Cyber Space Eden”. While he doesn’t have a name, the scan has him listed as “Protagonist (Male)” so that leaves us with the possibility of the game having a female protagonist, too.


The character designs will also be done by Suzuhito Yasuda, known for his work on the Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor series and Durarara!!.


Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth is currently in development for PlayStation Vita, and is expected for release sometime in 2015.

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