Digimon World Championship (デジモンチャンピオンシップ Dejimon Chanpionshippu) is a Life Simulation and the fourth Digimon game for the Nintendo DS. It varies from other digimon DS games as the player does not give commands in a fight but the digimon battle it out themselves. It also requires that you feed and look after the digimon,also having to heal,cure and clean up after them, much like the older digimon games. This is also the first Digimon game to include the Dracomon line of Digimon, featuring Petitmon, Babydmon, Dracomon, Coredramon (Air), Coredramon (Ground), Wingdramon, Groundramon, Slayerdramon, and Breakdramon.
Starting digimon: Botamon
Last year’s Digimon World games for the Nintendo DS, Dawn and Dusk, were retreads of Digimon World DS that failed to improve upon the formula. Namco Bandai decided to shake things up with Digimon World Championship by revamping the battle system, introducing more involved Digimon hunting mechanics, and–strangely enough–reaching into the past by including the pet-raising mechanics of the original Digimon World for the PlayStation. Unfortunately, Digimon World Championship also completely eschews any storytelling and takes away some hands-on control from Digimon battles, resulting in a disappointingly tepid game.
Digimon World Championship puts you in the role of a tamer whose purpose is simply to hunt, train, and take care of multiple digimon for entry into a world championship tournament. There are no dungeons to crawl around in or plot twists to discover. As you win battles, you increase your tamer rank, as well as the level to which your digimon can evolve. Every day, you increase your digimon’s abilities and stats by dragging them into different cages using your stylus. As Digimon World Championship progresses, you’ll be able to purchase more cages that have unique effects on your digimon’s development. You’re given limited space with which to work, so you’ll also have to manage the way your cages are laid out. Your critters will get hungry, tired, sick, and even cranky as they train. As such, you’ll have to feed and medicate them appropriately. You’ll even have to undertake the embarrassing task of cleaning up their digital “leavings.”
At first, managing your cage layout and caring for digimon as pets are refreshing gameplay mechanics–at least in relation to recent games in the franchise. But as the population of digimon increases, all of that cleaning, dragging, and feeding becomes extremely repetitive and dull. With this in mind, trying to juggle around all the different cages also becomes somewhat frustrating as you try to mix up training regimens for the various monsters. Furthermore, it’s hard to figure out how to evolve your digimon, and Digimon World Championship is no help. You will eventually discover that in order to advance your monsters, you have to repeatedly de-evolve them. This isn’t just counterintuitive, it’s also frustratingly repetitive.
You’ll need to take some time out of your pet-care schedule to hunt for new creatures. At its core, this involves drawing a lasso around your prey with the stylus and then dragging it in the opposite direction from which it’s running. This is perhaps the most enjoyable part of Digimon World Championship for two reasons. You won’t be hunting often because you don’t have that much room to keep digimon, so it doesn’t get overly repetitive. It’s also the only portion that really requires dexterity on your part because battling is an entirely hands-off affair.
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