gamers (46%) found this review helpful
This wasn't an overwhelmingly horrible game but it was a little frustrating from time to time.
I liked that you did just about everything with the stylus. Feeding, Cleaning up cages, moving Digimon and taking care of them when they are sick.
What did frustrate me a little came in 2 forms.
1. I wanted to take a more hands on approach to battling instead of dropping 1 or 3 of them in the ring with the basic orders to either attack normaly, use special or support and hoping for the best. A turn based battle where you could choose the Digimons actions each round would have suited my style more appropriately.
And 2. There never was enough time. Like monster rancher time was measured in regular intervals but unlike monster rancher time moves forwards regardless of weather you want it to or not. Meaning if you weren't done moving your digimon or feeding your digimon or hunting for digimon like (like in Pokémon) then tough. You would just have to live with it.
Don't get me wrong its not a bad game and if you can live with auto battling and never having enough time then it could be a great game for you. I liked doing things with the stylus I just was annoyed by a few other characteristics.
It was not as good as i thought but it taught a good lession and that lesson was to remember to feed and play with your digimon and to get them to evelove.If you don't feed them or get to fight the right amoute of battle or they will turn into a digiegg even if your digimon is a mega level digimon.
There are four sessions in the game summer, winter, fall and spring.well thats it say this is a good review and say it helped you.