Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth
"Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth" is now available in the west with additional bonuses for any game purchases made in the first month. PlayStation Blog

Digimon fans can rejoice—in line with the anniversary of the Digimon franchise, PS4 and PS Vita players outside of Japan can now access the latest title. Released in 2015 for Japan, “Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth” is now coming to the west.

“Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth” will make more than 200 Digimon accessible to players. The great thing about the title is that it’s packed with different kinds of elements that are among the requested by fans for a “Digimon” title.

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Those who are in North American can already download a copy now. For those in Europe, Crunchyroll reported that it will be available on Feb. 5, while Brazil is getting it a little later on come Feb. 16.

The announcement is accompanied by a launch trailer, seen below. Fans who are still on the fence about getting “Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth” can check out Famitsu score reviews, which were released earlier for the launch in Japan. Gematsu has the score, and it ranks at 34/40. It’s a pretty good score, when compared alongside a couple of games that released around the same timeframe.

The high score may be due to the fact that “Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth” has improved in aspects like story, gameplay and a couple of functions. Overall, this makes it a great play for both hardcore fans of the Digimon franchise and beginners who want to get into the Digimon games.

At the PlayStation Store, PS fans can see the details of the launch bundle. As this is the 15th anniversary of the entire Digimon franchise, the “Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth” is a way to go back to the series with an RPG-style title.

“Scan, raise and train your faithful Digimon companions to battle by your side in classic turn-based battles! Become a detective and gather clues to solve a strange phenomenon infecting the real and digital worlds,” as the description of the “Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth” title goes.

Part of the bundle is a Digi-monstrous DLC pack and two themes. The download is already available at the PlayStation Store with a 1.5GB file size. Those who are planning to get it for the PS4 can choose from either a physical retail copy or a digital download. PS Vita players can only opt for a digital download.

"Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth" trailer (Credit: YouTube/Bandai Namco)