In Digimon World Dawn, take control of a rookie Digimon Tamer from the Light Fang team of Sunshine district. When a huge earthquake with unknown life energy damages the access points to the Digital World, many Digimon mysteriously devolve into Digi-eggs. With rumors that the incident was caused by the Night Crow team, you must investigate the cause of the earthquake, understand what happened to the Digimon, and restore the city!
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Hundreds of Digimon: As you travel throughout the land, collect, tame, train, and evolve over 400 Digimon from 8 different species. Each game contains some unique and rare Digimon that can only be obtained through wireless communication with the other version of the game!
Never leave home without it: Digimon World: Dawn & Dusk both contain a new world map, which always shows where you have been and where you are currently located. The maps also show info on each dungeon, including what items and Digimon are available.
New & Improved Digifarm: Raise, train, and evolve your new Digimon at the Digifarm. While down on the Digifarm, you can chat with your Digimon, and install or remove Farm Goods! Different Farms and Farm Goods help your Digimon learn new abilities and boost stats, even while you are not at the DigiFarm!
Deep & Strategic Battle System: With intense 3 on 5 turn-based battles, manage your Digimon's locations to gain an edge over your enemies.
Unique storyline and characters: Digimon World Red & Blue have a unique storyline that interweaves the stories of two very different characters and journeys!
Battle with your far-away friends: Take your Digimon to battle over Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection. The winner of Wi-Fi battles obtains “Tamer” points, while players collect “Tamer” points even if they don't win. Trade your “Tamer” points obtained during Wi-Fi battles for rare items! Rare Digimon can also be acquired by Digi-matching through Wi-Fi connection.
Digimon World Dawn is rated
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A great game.Digimon World: Dawn is a pretty good game. The sound quality is pretty good, but there is still room for improvement. The graphics are okay. The story line is well done, and the game is VERY ADDICTING!