Digimon World: Dusk Pro Reviews
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Digimon World: Dusk Reviews5
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|VGGEN.com||70%||Nov 25 '07|
|GameDaily||6/10||Oct 02 '07|
|GamerNode||7.5/10||Oct 04 '07|
|GameSpot||6.0/10||Nov 01 '07|
|IGN DS||7.0/10||Sep 18 '07|
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Digimon World: Dusk Previews
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|IGN DS||Jul 13 '07|
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"If you're looking for monster RPG different than Pokemon this is your game. Just don't expect it to be as good as Pokemon, despite the cooler looking evolved monsters."
"Digimon fans will find the multiplayer worthwhile, but the dull story mode is basically just a rehashing of the previous Digimon World."
"The sprites slide around while the character walk, which makes moving around look really unnatural and bizarre. Also all the NPCs were in a constant state of walking in place. Hopefully this gets fixed before release because it feels like a game someone made with that freeware RPG Maker program. Everything else about the graphics appear to be the same from the last game. We wish we could have gotten into more battles, where the cool effects happen, but from what we saw it's still pretty basic."
"It's not necessary to tell fans of Digimon to pick up this game. Gamers that have stayed with the series through all the iterations don't need an excuse, and they'll likely be pleased with this title. Still, it feels more like an expansion pack or parallel game than a true sequel. There are a ton of Digimon to collect, it's just unfortunate that players are forced to progress through a fetch-quest storyline. The battles are solid and the multiplayer can be a lot of fun. For RPG fans that are looking to pick up a new title, try to find the first Digimon World on the DS and become more familiar before starting Dawn/Dusk. Hopefully if another Digimon title comes along, it will digivolve enough to truly make a stand-out RPG."