Digimon World Data Squad (デジモンセイバーズ アナザーミッション Dejimon Seibāzu: Anazā Misshon?, lit. "Digimon Savers: Another Mission") is a video game for the PlayStation 2. It is set in the universe of the Digimon Data Squad anime, and follows a standalone adventure that the DATS team went on. It was dubbed in the US before Digimon Data Squad aired, and so the game uses many of the terms from the original series instead of their dub equivalents. The game comes with a sticker-sheet, which includes the Digimon Data Squad logo, the Digimon World Data Squad, Dorumon, Mammothmon, Darkdramon, ShineGreymon, Creepymon, BlackWarGreymon, Meramon, SuperStarmon, WarGrowlmon (Yellow), GeoGreymon, Gaogamon, Angemon, Numemon, and Pandamon, each as depicted in the game.


Digimon World Data Squad logo

English logo

Digimon Savers Another Mission logo

Japanese logo

The game is set in the Digimon Data Squad universe, and revolves around the Seven Great Demon Lords. In this game the player will be able to control the four main Data Squad characters, Marcus Damon, Thomas H. Norstein, Yoshino Fujieda, and Keenan Crier along with their respective Digimon partners. The graphics for this game are cel-shaded and the battle system is similar to the Battle Terminal. This game will be classified as a "special genre", called a "Dramatic/Innovative RPG", which means that the Digimon partners are affected by how you, the player, treat them. The way your Digimon evolves will be similar to Digimon World; the Digimon will be affected by how you take care of it and, depending on that, will digivolve into different types of Digimon. In Digimon World Data Squad, a new type of digivolution method is used, called the Galactica Evolution System: this will determine what Digimon your partner will evolve into. There will also be new, original characters for this game, meaning that these characters are exclusive to Digimon World Data Squad, and will not appear in any other Digimon Data Squad media.

Exclusive characters include Yuma Kagura, who has a Renamon as her partner; Kosaburo Katsura, a cocky private investigator who has an extremely clumsy Biyomon as his partner; Tsukasa Kagura, who is Yuma's older brother, and the new DATS technician, who graduated from the same academy as Thomas; Masaki Nitta, who is said to be a part of DATS' past, but is currently missing; and Manami Nitta, Masaki's daughter.


After a tutorial fight with an Otamamon, Marcus Damon and Agumon take on Tylomon who is sinking ships in the area of Walter Island. After Tylomon is defeated, Creepymon appears and defeats GeoGreymon. When Creepymon tries to take down Marcus and Agumon, Creepymon notices Marcus' Digivice iC and flees. Yoshino arrives to recall Marcus and Agumon to DATS HQ. Meanwhile, a girl named Yuma ends up kidnapped by two DemiDevimon and her Renamon arrives late.

At DATS HQ, Commander Sampson and Kudamon report that 5 children have gone missing throughout the world. He sends Marcus and Yoshi to Sneyato Forest to rondezvous with Thomas and take down Bakemon who is tampering with Earth's electricity. When they catch up with Thomas, a fight ensues with Bakemon. During battle, Bakemon Digivolves into Myotismon and a mysterious transmission tells them how to defeat Myotismon. After that is done, the DATS members return to DATS HQ and discover that Thomas' old friend Tsukasa Kagura has transferred here and was the one who gave them the tactics to defeat Myotismon. He also tells them that his sister Yuma has gone missing.

Arriving at Rage Caverns, Kagura warns the DATS members that their Digimon may not Digivolve into the same Digimon due to the activity in the Dark Area. After a series of earthquakes, the DATS members find the source to be Belphemon. They defeat Belphemon and a boy is rescued from some of Belphemon's data with the Sloth Code Key in his possession. Just then, a private investigator named Kosaburo Katsura and his Biyomon appeared and claimed the Sloth Code Key. He disappears as Kagura prepares an immediate evac for the DATS members to bring the boy back. Meanwhile, Creepymon is seen at the door to the Dark Area as a mysterious person approaches him.

A flashback has Misaki Nitta announcing to Yoshino and Commander Sampson that he is leaving DATS due to he injured a criminal with his Digimon Partner. This event was told to the other DATS's members. Yoshino reveals to Kagura that Kosaburo interfered with her past missions when it came to the info of the Sloth Code Key.

After Keenan Crier joins the team, another huge Digimon signature is detected at Mirage Museum. Kagura tells them that missions will be done in fours now with the fourth being the backup player. Thomas mentions that Mao Digimon don't fit the category of the other Digimon Levels. After footage is shown with what might be Yuma and Lilithmon on an island, the Mao Digimon Barbamon appears and fights the team. He is defeated and a girl is rescued from his data with the Greed Code Key in her possession. Kosaburo and Biyomon appear and claim the Greed Code Key. He disappears as Kagura prepars an immediate evac for the DATS members to bring the girl back.

Back at DATS HQ, Kagura tells the team that his sister Yuma was nicknamed "monster girl" cause she can talk to "monsters." Kagura identifies the footage from the Mirage Museum to be an SOS from Livilus Island. The team is dispatched there to answer an SOS which turned out to be from Renamon who collapsed near them. After recovering, Renamon tells the DATS members that Yuma has become part of the material that comprises the Mao Digimon Lilithmon. They encounter Lilithmon who insults Yoshino and a battle begins. After Lilithmon is defeated, Yuma returns to normal. Gaomon manages to attack Biyomon before Kosaburo can claim the Lust Code Key. When Kosaburo digivolves Biyomon into Birdramon, Renamon uses what she has left to heal the other Digimon. The DATS team defeats Kosaburo and Birdramon, but they escape. Kagura arrives since he lost contact with the DATS members and tells Yuma that they will treat Renamon at DATS' facilities.

At the Sea Precipice Jerapilus, Kosaburo makes contact with his client, and tells him that DATS has the Code Key of Lust. Despite this, he transfers the two Code Keys, Sloth and Greed, to his client. The mysterious person gives the 'investigator' the money agreed for the cards, and leaves with the fact that the event "ends their relationship." When Kosaburo and Biyomon talk about what to do with their pay, Creepymon arrives and attacks the two.

The DATS team arrives at the Digital Dungeon and ensue in a battle with Beelzemon. When they defeat Beelzemon, a boy is freed. The teams finds the Code Key of Gluttony in his possession.

When the DATS team arrives at the Sea Precipice Jerapilus, they ensue in a battle with Leviamon and defeat him. They also find a silent cool girl who had the Code Key of Envy. Kagura arrives to claim the Code Key. An injured Kosaburo arrives to tell them that Kagura was the unknown client, since he planted a tracking device in Kagura's pocket. As the tracking device goes off, Thomas finds the Code Keys in Kagura's pockets.

Kagura then tells Thomas that his henchmen, DemiDevimon and Devimon had kidnapped Yuma and her friends, the other missing children, because he wanted them to become the confused sins of the Mao Digimon. Two DemiDevimon snatch the Code Keys from Yoshi. After that, they battle two DemiDevimon and two Devimon and win. After the battle, Kagura disappears with all Five Code Keys.

Commander Sampson calls and the DATS team tells him everything, much to their surprise.

After Kosaburo joins the team, they find that Kagura is using the Code Keys to unlock the seal to the Cho-Mao Digimon, Lucemon. The team is sent to a forest where the Digital World begins to fall apart. In a re-match against Creepymon, the DATS team emerges as the victor. A gate to the Real World appears, which Creepymon flies through. He drops a Digivice iC, which the team identifies. Yoshino asks what he means by "going home." Yuma then joins the five.

In the Real World, after defeating some Digimon that were attacking the Real World, they find Creepymon again for a final battle against him. After he was finally defeated, it is revealed that Nitta was missing because he was used as part of the material to create Creepymon. Nitta regained awareness and accepted the fact that he had become a Digimon. The Digivice (which Yoshi had picked up), however, did not belong to him, but to his daughter. He wanted a way to see his daughter again, making the Digivice appear. He was to become her Digimon. Because the device locked on to his Digital signature, he could never go back to being a human even if he was defeated. Before Nitta vanishes, he tells Yoshino to tell his daughter that he loves her. He also reveals that Kagura has the Code Key of Wrath, thus he has all the Code Keys (Wrath, Gluttony, Greed, Sloth, Envy and Lust) to unseal Lucemon.

Kagura unseals Lucemon. When the DATS team asks Kagura his motives, he heatedly explains how his pride at being a genius was wounded when Thomas became his underclassman and made him look merely average. Kagura had vowed from that day to surpass Thomas at any cost. Kagura shows the team a Digivice iC of his own creation, and uses it to infuse Lucemon with his own Digisoul Charge, fully awakening the Great Demon Lord Digimon. Kagura claims he is now like a god himself. Yuma tells her brother that what he's doing isn't right. Kagura replies that what he's doing was in order to become the ideal brother for Yuma. At this, Yuma breaks down, crying. Marcus becomes angry and tells Kagura that the most important thing to protect is family, a point that he will beat into Kagura if necessary. Kagura decides that since DATS is in his way, they can simply become more material for Lucemon's body, and attacks them.

After Lucemon is defeated, he absorbs Kagura (revealing Kagura himself as the final Code Key of Pride, the first six were to free him from his physical state of frozen imprisonment in the Dark Area itself and the Code Key of Pride was necessary for Lucemon to leave the boundaries of the point in the Dark Area where he was trapped.) and retreats. After a group of Mega Digimon are defeated, the DATS team confront Lucemon. After beating him, he changes into his Demon Lord form. When the six emerge the victor, Kagura is freed from Lucemon and lays on the ground, asking for forgiveness.




List of obtainable Digimon[]

Main article: Digimon Encyclopedia

List of non-obtainable character Digimon[]


  • Walter Island: The first area is a tropical island where Lalamon joins your team. Marcus and Yoshino are sent to pacify a Tylomon, but are attacked by the Mao Digimon Creepymon. Later, they challenge Yushima's Shaujinmon. Masaki Nitta's ghost eventually reappears here to pass on Creepymon's essence to Agumon.
  • Sneyato Forest: The second area is a temperate forest where the stalker Salamon resides. Marcus, Yoshino, and Thomas are sent to pacify a Bakemon which digivolves into a Myotismon.
  • Rage Cavern: The third area is an underground cavern where the DATS team is sent to investigate the appearance of the Mao Digimon Belphemon. Later, they challenge Yushima's Kamemon. Belphemon's essence later reappears here and merges with Agumon.
  • Mirage Museum: The fourth area is a large, abandoned museum, where the DATS team is sent to investigate the appearance of the Mao Digimon Barbamon. Later, Miki and Megumi decide to visit, and the DATS team challenge their PawnChessmon (Black) and PawnChessmon (White). Barbamon's essence later reappears here and merges with Gaomon.
  • Livilus Island: The fifth area is an island that serves as a haven Dragon Digimon. The DATS team recieves a message from Renamon, who informs them that Yuma Kagura has been transformed into the Mao Digimon Lilithmon. Pandamon runs a shop on the island, and Darkdramon, who also inhabits the island, attacks the DATS team when they find him. Lilithmon's essence later reappears here and merges with Renamon.
  • Digital Dungeon: The sixth area is a huge, maze-like dungeon, where the DATS team is sent to investigate the appearance of the Mao Digimon Beelzemon. Beelzemon's essence later reappears here and merges with Biyomon.
  • Sea Precipice Jerapilus: The seventh area is a gigantic rocky outcropping in the ocean. The DATS team tracks down Kosaburo Katsura, and also discovers the last of the awakened Mao Digimon, Leviamon. Later, they challenge Yushima's Gwappamon. Leviamon's essence later reappears here and merges with Falcomon.
  • Doomsday Forest Ruin: The eighth area is a forest about to collide with the Real World. The DATS team finally tracks down Creepymon, but he escapes and leads an army of Digimon to attack the Real World. Later, the DATS team assist Yushima in fishing, winding up in a battle with a wild MarineAngemon, and find BantyoLeomon, who challenges Marcus to battle to defend his title as Bantyo of the Real World.
  • DATS Headquarters Entrance: The ninth area is the entrance to DATS. The DATS team stave off an invasion of Demon and Angel Digimon led by Creepymon, and finally put an end to the Mao Digimon.
  • Ice Labyrinth: The tenth area is a labyrinth made of ice. The DATS team attempt to prevent Kagura from releasing the Cho-Mao Digimon, Lucemon, but he manages to escape to the Dark Area. Chuumon runs a shop here selling rare items. Later, they enter the hidden Deep Area, where Mercurimon, Neptunmon, and Minervamon challenge them to battle, and also challenge Yushima and Sampson's JumboGamemon and Sleipmon.
  • Dark Area: The final area is the Dark Area, a pristine temple on a peaceful expanse of water, filled with pure evil. The DATS team hunt down Lucemon, but must defeat the Ghoulmon (Black), Moon=Millenniummon, BlackWarGreymon, and ChaosGallantmon who protect the Jewels that unlock the way to Heaven's Gate. There, they put an end to Lucemon and his true form, the Demon Lord. They also challenge Yushima's JumboGamemon, as well as a WarGreymon X, Omnimon, and Chaosmon who inhabit the temple


Japanese Cast[]

Voice Actor Role(s)
Soichiro Hoshi Masaru Daimon
Taiki Matsuno Agumon
Yui Aragaki Yoshino Fujieda
Yukana Lalamon
Hirofumi Nojima Tohma H. Norstein
Kazuya Nakai Gaomon
Rie Kugimiya Ikuto
Chie Koujiro Falcomon
Taiten Kusunoki Rentarou Satsuma
Nanaho Katsuragi Kudamon
Ai Nagano Miki Kurosaki, Child A
Yukiko Hanioka Megumi Shirakawa, PicoDevimon A
Yūichi Nagashima Yushima
Isshin Chiba Masaki Nitta, Demon
Kanae Oki Manami Nitta
Yūji Ueda Tsukasa Kagura
Miyuki Sawashiro Yuma Kagura, Child B
Susumu Chiba Renamon
Hiroyuki Yoshino Kosaburō Katsura
Konami Yoshida Piyomon, PicoDevimon B
Toshihiko Seki Lucemon
Yuki Kaida Lilithmon, Child C
Hideo Watanabe Beelzebumon, Barbamon
Hitoshi Bifu Belphemon, Leviamon
Rieko Yoshimoto Child D
Satomi Arai Child E

English Cast[]

Voice Actor Role(s)
Quinton Flynn Marcus Damon
Brian Beacock Agumon, GeoGreymon, RiseGreymon
Colleen O'Shaughnessey Yoshino Fujieda, Runaway A, Runaway B
Dorothy Fahn Lalamon, Sunflowmon, Lilimon
Crispin Freeman Thomas H. Norstein, Sleipmon
Dan Lorge Gaomon, MachGaogamon, MirageGaogamon
Brianne Sidall Crier
Steven Jay Blum Falcomon, Peckmon, Yatagaramon
Jameson Price Commander Sampson
Sam Regal Kudamon, Reppamon, Tyilinmon
Kate Higgins Miki, Manami Nitta, Runaway D
Stephanie Sheh Megumi, Runaway C
Kirk Thornton Lucemon, Creepymon, Yushima
Kyle Hebert Beelzemon, Belphemon, Masaki Nitta
Roger Craig Smith Tsukasa Kagura, ShineGreymon, DemiDevimon
Michelle Ruff Yuma Kagura, Rosemon, Digivice
Mari Devon Renamon, Kyubimon, Taomon
Brad MacDonald Kosaburo Katsura
Melodee Spivak Biyomon, Birdramon, Garudamon
Bonnie Cahoon Lilithmon, Phoenixmon, Sakuyamon
Paul St. Peter Barbamon, Leviamon, Ravemon

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