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Digimon All-Star Rumble by Bandai Namco Entertainment America Inc.

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E10+
  • Fantasy Violence
  • Mild Suggestive Themes
Digimon All-Star Rumble is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 7.
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  • Platform: Xbox 360
  • Publisher: Bandai Namco Entertainment America Inc.
  • Developer: Bandai Namco Entertainment America Inc.
  • Category: Fighting

Product Details:

Jam-packed with an all-star cast from the Digimon Universe, Digimon All-Star Rumble throws down with immersive 3D battle arenas and high-impact, in-your-face fighting action. After overcoming countless crises, the Digital World now exists peacefully once again. Although Digimon quarrel amongst themselves on occasion, the world as a whole is a peaceful place... perhaps too peaceful...

The incredible defenders of the Digital World have grown bored and peace brings no satisfaction. A world without chaos has extinguished the driving force behind their existence - to Digivolve. To pacify the growing unrest, a proposal was made... "Let us gather all Digimon who seek to Digivolve and hold a tournament to crown the strongest of them all!" And so began, the "Digimon Evolution Tournament." A tournament of Digi-monumental proportions.

Features:

  • All-Star Cast - Digimon All-Star Rumble features an all-star cast of characters, each with their own unique fighting style and moves. Choose from 12 of your all-time favorite characters from the Digimon Universe spanning from Digimon Adventure to Digimon Fusion. Digivolve to unlock advanced forms!
  • All New Story - Digimon All-Star Rumble features an in-depth campaign mode where players can explore the Digital World through 3D stages. Your ultimate goal is to battle your way to the top of the Digi-Rankings!
  • Digi-destined to Digivolve! - Power up and Digivolve to gain advantage over your opponents and deal massive damage!
  • Fun for All Ages - Easy pick-up-and-play controls for beginners.
  • 10 Different Battle Arenas - Throw down in stages pulled straight from the Digimon Universe!
  • DigiCards - Collect DigiCards to enhance and strengthen your Digimon in battle!
Rated 4 out of 5 by from New graphics with old school difficulty. This game may be a tester sent over to see if there is still a market for Digimon, but that doesn't mean this game isn't fun. Each digimon requires you to master their entirely different play styles, and one just can't mash buttons to win against opponents in this game. Digimon All-Star Rumble has a difficulty curve similar to the PS1 game Rival Schools; you mash specials and attacks against the first few enemies, but eventually the game is going to kick you but if you don't master each character. That said the graphics are beautiful to look at, the digimon move and look great, the music is freakin' awesome to listen to, and replayability against opponents who aren't stupid and to unlock digimon, cards, and digivolutions makes this games worth owning. Plus maybe they'll bring over other Digimon games if this one does well enough.
Date published: 2015-01-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This game is really bad! this game is really bad! The story is bad the battle mechanics are bad! It's just a real pathetic game... Rumble arena had more characters. the enimies in this game have no stagger points so you basically get hit during all your combos. The digivolving system takes forever to build then last maybe 5 seconds. all the enimies group up making it hard to hit them without taking damage. there is no healing between waves upon waves if the the same enimies so you're basically screwed if you have low health. the vs mode is a. Whoever hits first style so it feels like you have no defense in battle. this game needs thrown in to a river and drowned because its a waste of money an time!! It saddens me to see this cause I'm a real big digimon fan too :(
Date published: 2014-12-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hope there's more!!! I've been a fan of digimon since I was a kid and the first PlayStation game I owned was Digimon World. This game is fun to play, though its only seven stages long, it goes by quick after you play the first time around. The best of the game is that you can digivolve once you've gotten enough power to do it, but the only downside to that is the digivolution only lasts for probably 30 seconds. The lava level always gets me, the only level where you can't save how far you go and have to restart the level when you die. The legendary digimon at the end of the lava level varies on which digimon you choose for the story and some of the original digimon have digivolution that I have never seen before until this game. Once you face the legendary digimon, it is a pain, punch them like three times and counter attack when they are about to attack. Don't let them get their special move off, it literally kills you in one blow. All in all, I enjoyed this game and hope more a rpg game comes out where you play the entire series from start to finish.
Date published: 2014-12-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by from It's okay, but not what the fans have been wanting I feel that this game was really good, until I found out that the story-line is the same for all the characters. I felt that Namco Bandai has spit in the faces of all digimon fans. I was expecting a better story-line for this game, since it is the first digimon game to release in six years. I really enjoy the battle mode though, but I am not playing the same story over and over again just to unlock more digi-evolutions. The only thing that is different in the story mode for the other digimon is the boss (sometimes) and the order of the opponents. The lasting appeal of this game is bleak, and this digimon game was not advertised well at all, what's up with that? digimon fans across the US and UK need to see more advertising for this game to know about. Just writing this review gave me a headache. What were you thinking Bandai? Digimon fans, like me, want to see the series come back, and you're the only one that can do it.
Date published: 2014-12-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Fun Nostalgia Trip, Quickly Loses Appeal Bought this game to relive my child a little. Was excited to see they brought back some of the original voice actors. There are three modes: Story, Battle, and Training. Story mode is the same for all characters, but it quickly becomes dull, boring, and repetitive constantly fighting the same six or so enemies through the same stages. It's fun with a group during a party, but again, can become repetitive, especially since there are only a few characters unlocked and Story Mode is the only way to unlock the rest.
Date published: 2014-11-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from NOT GOOD THEY COULD HAVE SPENT A LITTLE MORE TIME TRYING TO WORK OUT A BETTER IDEA. THE WAY IT PLAYS AND ALL SEEMS LIKE THEY MADE A BET AND LOST OR WERE DRUNK AND SOMEHOW MADE IT FURTHER THAN A BRAINSTORM FOR IDEAS FOR A GAME. THE GRAPHICS ARE ROUGH. GAMEPLAY BITES A BIT. THERE WERE MULTIPLE BATTLES I COULD NOT GET MY CHARACTER TO BLOCK SO I WAS LOCKED ON THE WRONG SIDE OF A COMBO STRING. IF YOU ARE A FAN OF DIGIMON GAMES DON'T GET IT. IF YOU ARE A FAN OF WASTING MONEY THEN GET IT
Date published: 2014-11-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from For the true fan If you are a casual gamer and like Digimon in general, this is a great game. If you liked Digimon World 4 this game fits the play style but is less stiff, but if you did not like Digimon World 4, you probably would not like it. It is criticized in comparison to other popular beat em up titles. If you compare it too Smash, it will fall short as we all are more comfortable too it's play style, the same goes for comparing it to DBZ Tenkaichi 3. This is by for not a terrible game, it is worth the experience and the good old fashion try. It seems fresh compared too other fighting games. It is a good type of different. This game is meant to be played with friends, the type of friends you use to watch Digimon with, when you were a kid. No regrets.
Date published: 2014-11-12
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