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Andrew Barker
New Digimon World Re:Digitize Details
Time to meet some characters!
10.25.11 - 7:16 PM

Thanks to V-Jump magazine, we can bring you some new details about the upcoming Digimon World Re:Digitize for PSP. The game follows a 14-year old boy (dark blue hair in the first scan) who, after reading a strange email he receives, ends up stuck in the Digital World along with his best friend Nikolai, the boy wearing glasses in the second scan. Once arriving in the Digital World, the protagonist teams up with an Agumon.

If you're a real Digimon fan, that plot might sound a little familiar to you. This title is actually an homage to (but not a remake of) an older game called Digimon World.

During his adventure, the protagonist has been confirmed to meet at least one other important character. Her name is Akiho Rindou (pink hair) and she has a kindly Garudamon as her guardian. Below we have a couple of scans from the magazine, including pictures of all three main characters. Poor Akiho is looking a little cross-eyed.

The characters might look familiar if you've played Devil Survivor. They do, after all, share the same character designer.

There's still no release date for Digimon World Re:Digitize yet, but it is scheduled for release on PSP sometime next year.


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