New Demonic Creature Revealed in Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth: Hacker’s Memory

Wednesday, September 20th, 2017

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Today Bandai Namco has revealed an all new demonic creature for the upcoming release of Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth: Hacker’s Memory. The creature is called Arukadhimon and was created from an amalgamation of data taken from other Digimon. It can Digivolve through absorbing its opponent’s data. This creature is a huge threat to the digital and real worlds as it attempts to spread fear and hatred among people.

They have also released details on the ‘Fashion Collection’ feature within Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth: Hacker’s Memory. This mode allows the player to collect T-shirts that include special designs based on the Digimon 15th Anniversary, Summer Camp, Beelzebumon Emblem, Digimon 20th Anniversary, and more. You will collect these shirts at the in game shop or through special events found in the game.

Check out a ton of screenshots and some art below:

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  • Mr0303

    He looks like a typical Digimon villain – that is pretty cool.

    Not sure how much I like the T-Shirt collection aspect. The collectibles in Cyber Sleuth weren’t very well implemented.