Digimon Game Community ‘Ask the Staff’ broadcast set for January 27

Watch the three-hour broadcast on Niconico.

Digimon Game Community

Bandai Namco will host a Digimon Game Community broadcast dubbed “Ask the Staff” on January 27 from 18:00 to 21:00 JST, the company announced. You will be able to watch it live on YouTube and Niconico.

The three-hour broadcast will feature guests involved in the Digimon franchise that will discuss the process of creating Digimon, the expansion of its world view, behind the scenes stories, and more.

Here is what you can expect during each part of the broadcast:

Part 1 (18:00)

Discussion of the expansion of the Digimon world view and its creation, from the Digital Monster virtual pet to the creation of the anime. Featuring guests Kenji Watanabe, supervisor Hiroyuki Kakudou, and Oota Pile Volcano.

Part 2 (19:00)

Discussion of the digital and Digimon as it evolves in its 20-year anniversary. Featuring supervisor Hiroyuki Kakudou and Chiaki Konaka.

Part 3 (20:00)

Behind the scenes stories about Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Hacker’s Memory and an outlook on Digimon games.

If you are in Japan, you can attend the broadcast in person. It is being held at K-Cafe on the fourth floor of Nakano Broadway in Tokyo. To attend, you will need to bring your copy of Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Hacker’s Memory. You can get a numbered ticket by showing your copy of the game to the front desk starting at 17:30. Tickets for each part of the broadcast will be distributed to attendees on a first come, first served basis.

Bandai Namco is accepting questsions for guests over at the Digimon Community website. You will need a Bandai Namco ID to submit your questions.

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