Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth hits Japan in spring 2015

Play detective, too, for humans and Digimon alike.

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth will launch for PS Vita in Japan during spring 2015, this month’s V-Jump confirms.

A new character, Kyoko Kuremi, is also introduced. She is an attractive young girl with long blond hair, and is an active duty detective who runs the “Kuremi Detective Agency.” After the protagonist is ejected from Cyberspace, she saves them and together they search for clues to the truth.

The game’s main story is progressed by taking on the Kuremi Detective Agency’s “requests.” The protagonist becomes an apprentice at the agency, where various requests pour in. Naturally, as time goes on, they’ll stumble upon events that shed insight onto the nature of their new body, as well as EDEN itself. The previously introduced Yuuko Kamishiro is one such person who comes to the agency in search of help.

Humans aren’t the only one who will come looking for help, though, as Digimon who find themselves lost in the real world will also go the agency. As such, this request system replaces the system seen in other installments, where quests were garnered by going around town and checking out the DigiFarm.

Thanks, Digimon Channel.

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