A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this game.
The goal of the game is to destroy the enemy, and violence is necessary to advance.
Violence & Scariness
Fantasy violence -- including attacks with swords and hatchet-like weapons, but no blood or gore.
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Products & Purchases
This is part of the Digimon franchise than includes a TV show, movies, and lots of products.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that there is the same type of fantasy violence that you'll find in the TV series. If you're comfortable allowing your kids to watch the show at home, you should have no issues with this game.
Is It Any Good?
Fans of the popular Digimon television series won't be disappointed with this game. Fans will enjoy the familiar characters, and game controls are very easy to use. It's challenging enough for pre-teens, but teens and adults who are not familiar with the series probably will be bored.
You can fight it out in single mode, or with up to four players in the (offline) multiplayer mode. Single-player mode can be monotonous once you get the hang of the controls; you can anticipate enemies' moves, and master getting through the realms once you have played them several times. Players may have more fun exploring with friends in multiplayer mode, which provides numerous customization options, such as various incarnations of each of the four main characters in the game. The multiplayer mode is also less predictable, since each player controls a Digimon of his or her own.
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