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Digimon (short for Digital Monsters, AKA: デジモン, デジタルモンスタ) is a cross-industry series of products, as an extension of the electronic pet developed by Bandai from Japan. It was originally created in 1996, as a combat based virtual pet toy, and has since evolved into anime, manga, films, trading card game, as well as video games for all kinds of home and handheld game consoles.

Digimon’s earliest game work is Digimon World that was released by Bandai in 1999, which is also one of Digimon’s two most important role-playing game series (the other is Digimon Story). The video game series is closely related to animation works, and has now expanded into several genres such as role-playing, racing, fighting, and MMORPGs.

Digital monsters is the general term for the fictional creatures that appear throughout the entire series. They are a kind of fictitious life with artificial intelligence, divided into a variety of attributes and levels, simulate plants, animals, machines, humans, and sudden changes that exist in the real world, and present a variety of ethnic groups. They live and rest in the simulated information space on the computer network known as “digital world”.

As a popular simulation-type RPG game around the world, Digimon has many digital monsters as the core, letting you fully enjoy the fun of catching and keeping digital pets, and then challenging your pets to another player’s pets in the form of battles. Its entertainment and competition natures are very absorbing. Well, it has similar features and mechanics with the more popular Pokémon series. Anyway, if you like Pokémon, you’re probably going to like Digimon. Of course, Digimon is nowhere near as fun as Pokémon.

// Games List of Main Series //

Series Title Release Year System
Digimon World Digimon World 1999 PlayStation
Digimon World 2 2000
Digimon World 3 2002
Digimon World 4 2005 PlayStation 2
Digimon World Re:Digitize 2012 PlayStation Portable
Digimon Story Digimon World DS 2006 Nintendo DS
Digimon World Dawn 2007
Digimon World Dusk
Digimon Story Lost Evolution 2010
Digimon Story: Super Xros Wars Red 2011
Digimon Story: Super Xros Wars Blue
Other RPG Games Digimon World Data Squad 2006 PlayStation 2
Digimon World Championship 2008 Nintendo DS
Digimon Adventure 2013 PlayStation Portable
Fighting games Digimon Battle Spirit 2003 Game Boy Advance
Digimon Battle Spirit 2
Digimon Rumble Arena 2 2004 PlayStation 2
Spin-offs Digimon Racing 2004 Game Boy Advance

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Game Download Size
Game Boy Advance
Digimon Battle Spirit reserved 1.21 MB
Digimon Battle Spirit 2 reserved 1.43 MB
Digimon Racing reserved 5.76 MB
Nintendo DS
Digimon World DS reserved 25.1 MB
Digimon World Dawn reserved 27.4 MB
Digimon World Dusk reserved 27.4 MB
Digimon Story Lost Evolution reserved 35.0 MB
Digimon Story: Super Xros Wars Red reserved 35.2 MB
Digimon Story: Super Xros Wars Blue reserved 35.2 MB
Digimon World Championship reserved 16.8 MB
PlayStation
Digimon World reserved 180 MB
Digimon World 2 reserved 205 MB
Digimon World 3 reserved 338 MB
PlayStation Portable
Digimon World Re:Digitize reserved 588 MB
Digimon Adventure reserved 1.15 GB
PlayStation 2
Digimon World 4 reserved 341 MB
Digimon World Data Squad reserved 945 MB
Digimon Rumble Arena 2 reserved 584 MB

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