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Digimon World Re:Digitize (デジモンワールド リ:デジタイズ Dejimon Wārudo Ri:Dejitaizu?) is a Digimon video game for the PlayStation Portable. The character designs are by Suzuhito Yasuda. Re:Digitize was released as part of Digimon's 15th Anniversary. Bandai also published an eponymous manga, and the game was later ported to the Nintendo 3DS as the upgraded remake Digimon World Re:Digitize: Decode.

Plot summary[]

In the future, all communication networks collapse except for the GIGO network, which from then on controls all aspects of human life. Among the services of GIGO is an MMORPG called Digital Monsters. Unknown to everyone, the game connects actually with the Digital World and the players are raising Digimon in fact, but only a few Tamers may hear their voices and interact with them beyond the game.

Taiga and his friends are sent to the Digital World when the enigmatic Mirei send them an email which should be responded with the expression "Re:Digitize". There, Taiga and the others should help Jijimon to rebuild the Primary Village, which had been losing population due to a crisis happened in the File Island. While helping rebuild the city and investigate the mystery of the crisis on the island and their arrival at the Digital World, the guys run into wild and dangerous Digimon that have been infected by the mysterious Blackening Phenomenon. In order to restore the Digimon and the Digital World, our heroes must unravel the secret of the Vitium GIGO Project and defeat the terrible creature known as Vitium.


In Re:Digitize, the gameplay is centered around a teenage male protagonist that gets transported to the Digital World of Digimon, which in his universe is merely an online game, similar in concept to Digimon World.

Players raise the Digimon through stages of growth that determine his personality. The Digimon go through five stages of growth: In-Training, Rookie, Champion, Ultimate and Mega. Digimon evolve over time by gaining stats and other factors. Multiple partners are possible. Shops and the Meat farm will return, run by Digimon). Digimon can get hungry, sick, injured or die and need care to recover.[2]


Main characters[]

Screenshot Character Voice actor Digimon
Taiga icon Taiga
(Ja:) Ryoko Shiraishi Agumon
A player of Digital Monster who ranks in the third place.
Nicolai "Nico" Yakovich Petrov icon Nicolai Yakovich Petrov
Nikorai Yakovich Petorofu?)
(Ja:) Satoshi Hino Sashenka
Taiga's close friend. A player of Digital Monster who ranks in the fourth place.
Akiho Rindou icon Akiho Rindou
(鈴童 アキホ Rindou Akiho?)
(Ja:) Satomi Sato Digitorin
The legendary "Nyanko Tamer" who ranks in the first place.
Yuuya Kuga icon Yuuya Kuga
(久我 ユウヤ Kuga Yuuya?)
(Ja:) Yuki Kaida Black
The heir to the GIGO Company.
Mirei Mikagura icon Mirei Mikagura
(御神楽 ミレイ Mikagura Mirei?)
(Ja:) Miyuki Sawashiro Angewomon
A mysterious woman.

Digital World[]


Voice Actor Role(s)
Ryoko Shiraishi Player
Satoshi Hino Nicolai Petrov
Takaya Kuroda Professor Petrov
Satomi Sato Akiho Rindou
Yuki Kaida Yuuya Kuga
Miyuki Sawashiro Mirei Mikagura
Ami Koshimizu Lili
Hirohiko Kakegawa Sebastian
Keiichiro Yamamoto Unspecified roles
Ai Bando
Kozue Kamada
Machiko Kawana
Hiroshi Okamoto
Hiromu Miyazaki
Umeka Shoji
Kenji Akabane
Yuka Saito
Madoka Yamanaka
Sohta Arai

Digimon In The Game[]

Obtainable Digimon[]

There are 74 Digimon in the game that a partner Digimon can become.

  • Fresh
  • In-training
  • Rookie
  • Champion
  • Ultimate
  • Mega


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