Fun facts time

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Here are some facts about Digimon World Decode, in comparison to our previous translation of Re:Digitize:

– Re:Digitize on the PSP had 161 Items in total while Decode bumped this number up to astounding 424!

– While the number of obtainable Digimon in Decode is 161, the total roster of Digimon Decode consists of 217 Digimon, the exact size of Next Orders roster (And Decode doesn’t have 50 recolors!). So once again: Decodes Roster from 2013 on a 3DS can compete with a PS VITA game that came out as recently as this year!

– Unlike Re:Digitize, there are various camera angles you can choose during the battle.

– You’ll become a landlord in Decode and you can collect rent from Digimon while expanding your Mansion.

– While Re:Digitize could be comfortably cleared within 10-12 hours, Decodes Main Story takes at least 20-25 hours!
(In comparison Next Order’s story takes 8 hours tops)

– You can visit unique areas in Decode, like the Dark Area! Remember the place Etemon got sent to in Digimon Adventure? Yeah, that place!

– The Mt. Infinity is BACK! A 100 floor long challenge dungeon, with various rewards and a tough and awesome boss at the end!

– The accessory, cards and collectable fish number gut also bumped up.

– The Medals are back! Right, the iconic DW1 Medals are having their return in Decode and now there’s Bronze, Silver, Gold and even Platinum Medals!

– For the first time within a world game, the game keeps a Journal of every Evolution your Digimon went through, including Weight, Stats and everything else! You know EXACTLY how you got this Digimon.

– Unlike the previous installment, Decode let’s you play not only as the protagonist, but you get the chance to play as ALL Characters during the game. That’s right, Niko, Akiho, Mirei, Yuuya, you get to control them all! (Please keep in mind not for the whole game).

– Rina-chan joins as another protagonist. Players from Cyber Sleuth know her well. You’ll be able to play with her instead of Taiga.

– There are TONS of new areas, TONS of new side quests to explore: Including Merit Points, helping Shellmon, who is in a pickle again, drilling the Drill Tunnel with Drimogemon, mixing various potions with Wizardmon and going for a drink with Master Tyrannomon at the Master Bar!

Decode has not online Local Multiplayer but actually ONLINE? ;) Play against your friends all over the world!

Everyone who thinks Decode is just a port! You couldn’t be more wrong ;)

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24 Responses to “Fun facts time”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    Any news on DW1 tool?

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  2. Anonymous Says:

    The PS4 version of “Digimon World: Next Order” better get the same treatment as this did.

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  3. Anonymous Says:

    This is awesome, though now I’m cautiously optimistic about Next order….

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  4. Laurence Says:

    This is amazing news! Though now that you mentioned how Next order is only 8 hours tops…I’m cautiously optimistic about playing that game on the ps4 when it comes out.

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  5. xBleedingSoulx Says:

    Now I’m even more hyped for this!

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  6. Chrona Says:

    Neat :D

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  7. ouro Says:

    awesome features.

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  8. cryum Says:

    but you forgot the most important detail: Can we look at digi-poop IN 3D!?

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  9. Hallelujah Says:

    Did… Did you really make me as interested in decode as Lost Evolution?! Plus you made me lose almost every interests I had in Next Order… Even more than when I heard it was PS4 only… (Although I wasn’t that interested in Next Order since what I’ve seen about the game didn’t seem so good… Seriously, I would take games translated by you guys more than an official company… and that means everything)

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  10. Kolja Says:

    Damn, Decode sounds awesome, I cant wait till its done! You guys are doing an awesome job :) I seriously appreciate it

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  11. Rai Says:

    @Hallelujah: So you’d take no games then?

    Because that’s what you just said.

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  12. Hallelujah Says:

    So… Did you notice that Im not good at saying what Im thinking? :D

    What I meant was : I would have prefered this team to have translated some games more than the actual team.
    WIll I buy the official release, yes, I like to have game boxes.
    Will I buy a game that has a shitty translation, yes, I will buy it when I learn it`s original language or when there is a better translation, and by the time either of those happen, it will be cheaper or I will buy pre-used, so less/no support for the official company.

    Will I buy Next Order? Yes, when it goes for sale and once I buy a PS4 Pro for 100$ or less.

    PS: This is why Im a stalker and that I dont normally post, even now Im sure there is still some things that can be misunderstood (note that english isnt my 1st language) :’D

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  13. Elisa Says:

    Decode sounds amazing. Plus it has betamon, my favourite digimon, who was screwed out of the roster in both Re:Digitize and Next Order even though its official digivolution line is always in the games (Seadramon)…

    Speaking of Next Order, 8 hours tops, eek. My excitement for the game would have tanked if it hadn’t already. For the sake of those who will buy it (I don’t have a PS4), I hope those extra quests they are adding will add at least two hours of play time.

    Does next order at least have the card collecting, medals and fishing?

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  14. God_of_Dark Says:

    Believe it or not the Chinese version of Next Order had files for an English translation. With some hex editing it seems like the game’s been translated with those files. Not sure the quality of the translation, but it was done by Bandai. Check r/vitahacks

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  15. Truth Says:

    Supposedly the data for the chinese version of Next Order (Vita) has a full but inaccessible english translation.

    http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1284077

    What the frigging hell?

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  16. Rai Says:

    @truth & @Godofdark: I dunno guys, it looks like a horrible translation to me. No grammar, sentences that make no sense. It could be that they weren’t going to release that one because it’s fucking terrible. It’s not the first time a game has had an English translation locked away before, releasing it like this could have done more harm than good.

    @Hallelujah: Don’t worry, I was just joking around~

    Your English is fine, infact it’s better than most of the actual English people I know.


    Wow, that’s actually really sad.

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  17. Anonymous Says:

    It’s a good thing they seem to be interested in doing the same thing with Next Order that they did to Re:Digitize/Decode. Looking forward to seeing what they can do. The number of recolor Digimon in Next Order is a bit steep. Why is it that 3ds games seem to be able to hold more data that vita games?

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  18. Laurentius Caca Says:

    Its been a years since the release of re:digitize english patched for psp..
    and i really2 enjoy the game so much, a really beautiful translation.

    i will wait patiently for the decode translation , hope it will finish soon :)

    anyway, thanks again for your time & hardwork for all of these digimon game translation project.. really2 appreciate it so much.

    because of you guys i can play and enjoy the game properly ^_^

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  19. Anonymous Says:

    hey guys, can someone help me please with the patching of digimon world redigitize?
    i dont know why, i cant patch the game file

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  20. Sporky McForkinspoon Says:

    Sure, but I’ll need you to be a bit more specific. Can you either link to some screenshots here, or email me at opdecoded@gmail.com ?

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  21. Duhsorry Duh Says:

    Damn. I didn’t realize Decode was that big. It’s going to be great!

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  22. Vebrendos/Skullbazon Says:

    Man, im gonne for a few weeks and yhis blog explodes with updates…, KEEP AT it fellas, tnx for everithing!!

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  23. Anonymous Says:

    Is this for 3ds or ps vita?

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  24. Bobby Says:

    Sounds awesome :D I intentionally did not play the original Re:Digitize for PSP because Decode seems to have so much more content and I did not want to spoil it. It’s a pity that Decode never got released outside of Japan. Keep up the great work, guys!

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