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Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Will Throw You Into A Conflict Between Hackers


The protagonist of Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth will have you face off against strange data-eating monsters, but you’ll have criminal hackers to deal with as well. Here are a few more characters for the PlayStation Vita title.

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As the battle between the hackers rages on, the Digimon are getting hurt. To protect them, Nokia, along with Agumon and Gabumon, step up to face the reckless hackers.


When Nokia’s feelings for Digimon reaches their peak, that’s when Agumon and Gabumon reveal their true form of Omnimon.

Goro Matayoshi:

Goro is a veteran officer, who has been refraining from retiring after two years with the Metropolitan Police Department’s Cyber Crime Investigations Unit.

While he may not be as intense as he used to be, he has an extraordinary obsession for uncovering the truth, and will do just about anything to find the truth.

He was “demoted” in the Cyber Crime Investigations Unit due to his rather aggressive methods. He also lacks knowledge in things cyber-related. Kyoko’s father is a former co-worker of his, and he has known Kyoko for quite a while for this reason. He often visits her to get some advice.

Not all hackers in the world of Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth are good guys, as there are also some criminal hackers in cyberspace who stir up trouble for the cause of their organizations. The two main ones being “Zaxon” and “Demons” have been going at it.

Here’s a look at two of the hackers:

Jimmy KEN:

Jimmy was previously an executive of the hacker team “Zaxon” but he wanted to have the freedom to go more wild, so he decided to form “Demons” with a few other former Zaxon members. Since becoming a leader of his own team, he has been committing various crimes in cyberspace.


Fey is an executive of the biggest hacker team known as Zaxon. Unlike Jimmy, she has an absolute sense of loyalty to her team leader and will calmly purge teammates if they don’t follow orders.

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

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