Digimon Survive - Nintendo Switch
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- Engaging Story - Experience anime-style storytelling filled with exciting drama, animated cutscenes, and a unique cast of characters designed by Uichi Ukumo.
- The Power Is Yours - Your choices dramatically affect gameplay through multiple endings. From creating strategic allies to Digimon Digivolutions, every decision counts!
- Original Soundtrack - Enjoy an amazing soundtrack with over 15 songs produced by world-renowned composer Tomoki Miyoshi.
- Thrilling and Strategic Gameplay - Defeat your opponents in classic, turn-based tactical combat.
Celebrate the 20th anniversary of Digimon with Digimon Survive on Nintendo Switch. This tactical RPG video game focuses on storytelling and turn-based battles. Takuma Momozuka goes on a school camping trip only to find himself transported to a mysterious world full of monsters and danger. Join Takuma and Agumon as you craft your story and fight your way back home in Digimon Survive.
After getting lost on a school trip, Takuma Momozuka finds himself transported to a world inhabited by ferocious foes and new allies. Join Takuma and his friends as they fight their way back home. Craft your story in this thrilling visual novel with turn-based combat.
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I have never played a Digimon game before but for some reason Digimon survive jumped out at me. I have also never played a virtual novel style game before so I was really out of my normal genres on this one. With that context I really enjoyed Digimon survive. There isn’t a lot of combat but what is there is great. The story is the real reason to pick this game up. It’s very deep and serious without being too much at times. I realize that vague but I’m not about to spoil this great game for anyone. I played on the switch and graphics and sound were absolutely great. I loved Digimon survive but I went in with no expectation. 9/10 from a random guy on the internet.
Digimon Survive takes everything Millenial Digimon fans loved about the original seasons and dials it up in maturity and tone. Set in a different world from previous games it has the same, "kids got summer camp only to end up whisked away to a world full of fantastic monster" core that the original anime had. It becomes apparent that the game will live up to its name shortly into your adventure. It is a quest for survival, where every choice has an effect on your outcome and the survival of your friends is up to you. The visual novel style game play features gorgeous art, while the grid-based tactics combat can be challenging and fun. The only downsides , gameplay-wise, I see are the dialog segments can be very long, the combat can be very sparse in parts, and the system for decision making is not well explained. Also another minor issue, for me as a Digimon fan, is that there are only a little over a hundred Digimon to unlock/evolve, I bigger roster would have meant even more replay value. Over I say 8 out of 10, a must play for fans of the genre.
Not only for Digimon fans! On one hand it looks like an extrem high quality 2D Anime. On the other hand when the camera moves forward or around a corner the whole scene is actually 3D but in Anime style. It’s crazy Quality! The story is captivating - I really wished there was more Digimon games on the Nintendo Switch! Definitely a must buy not only for Digimon fans!
This game is amazing. The soundtrack is awesome, the visuals are mind blowing, and the game has the full potential to be enjoyed by all. But just as the other reviews say, it is a bit dialogue heavy, which may not appeal to some. It does mix a handful of genres, but they aren’t super different, though that means they weave together nicely. Overall, the game is a 9/10. However, the availability was not. If you wanted to get the game (switch version) on release day, you had to pre-order it. Otherwise, you had 3 options: 1, download the game; 2, wait for more physical copies on store shelves; or 3, order it off the GameStop website as fast as possible. If you opted for option 3, like I did, you would have to wait even longer for the game to be available to you, since shipping takes quite awhile. Overall, the game was great, the process to obtain it was less great. I recommend the game to those who love Digimon, and love story telling even more.
- Lasting Appeal
It’s more talking than action. The graphics sucks. Just a pure disappointment