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Liz Maas
Digimon World Re:Digitize Screens, Art Added
Meet a new possible ally.
02.25.12 - 5:02 PM

The latest screens and artwork for Digimon World Re:Digitize show a recently-revealed character, Mirei Mikagura. Described as a character with a 'cool' demeanor - and even an ice queen - she also knows something about the dangerous digital world she and the main character find themselves in. And speaking of the protagonist, she has some kind of peculiar interest in you, too. Screens show them fighting together, and Mirei with two different Digimon, between which she can change.

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Angewomon, whose attacks include Celestial Arrow and Haven's Charm, is like an Archangel. She's calm, relentless, and doesn't forgive transgressions, and her kind is often called the goddesses of the digital world. Ladydevimon is more of a 'fallen angel' type. Strong and arrogant, it's rare that she is raised by a human. Her attack is called Darkness Wave, a spell shaped like tons of flying bats.

You can also train your Digimon in the training gym, where stat increases will depend on the training equipment used.

Be sure to check out the rest of the new screens and art of these characters and Digimon in our gallery below. Digimon World Re:Digitize for the PSP hits Japan sometime this summer.


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