History VideoGame / DigimonAdventureAnodeCathodeTamer

31st Jul '14 12:16:21 PM hbi2k
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* MightyGlacier: Bar [[{{LightningBruiser}} Gatomon/Tailmon]], most Champion-level Digimon are these.
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* %%* MightyGlacier: Bar [[{{LightningBruiser}} Gatomon/Tailmon]], most Champion-level Digimon are these.
24th Jul '14 12:23:25 PM rexpensive
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''Digimon Adventure: Anode Tamer'' and ''Digimon Adventure: Cathode Tamer'' are [[OneGameForThePriceOfTwo a pair of counterpart]] games based on the ''Franchise/{{Digimon}}'' franchise, released exclusively on the Bandai UsefulNotes/WonderSwan in 1999. They later received a CompilationRerelease in 2001 for the WonderSwan Color, ''Digimon Anode/Cathode Tamer: Veedramon Version'', which received an English translation in Hong Kong.
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''Digimon Adventure: Anode Tamer'' and ''Digimon Adventure: Cathode Tamer'' are [[OneGameForThePriceOfTwo a pair of counterpart]] games based on the ''Franchise/{{Digimon}}'' franchise, released exclusively on the Bandai UsefulNotes/WonderSwan in 1999. They later received a CompilationRerelease in 2001 for the WonderSwan UsefulNotes/WonderSwan Color, ''Digimon Anode/Cathode Tamer: Veedramon Version'', which received an English translation in Hong Kong.
24th Jul '14 10:40:59 AM rexpensive
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''Digimon Adventure: Anode Tamer'' and ''Digimon Adventure: Cathode Tamer'' are [[OneGameForThePriceOfTwo a pair of counterpart]] games based on the ''Franchise/{{Digimon}}'' franchise, released exclusively on the Bandai WonderSwan in 1999. They later received a CompilationRerelease in 2001 for the WonderSwan Color, ''Digimon Anode/Cathode Tamer: Veedramon Version'', which received an English translation in Hong Kong. The games collectively are the first instalment in [[DigimonWonderSwanSeries a series of]] ''Digimon'' games following the transdimensional adventures of Ryo Akiyama, who would later make several cameo appearances in ''Anime/DigimonAdventure02'' and [[CanonImmigrant become a main character of]] ''Anime/DigimonTamers''. On New Years' Eve 1999, Ryo is playing on his new laptop when he is interrupted by a blackout, and taken into the Digital World by [[Anime/DigimonAdventure Taichi Yagami's Agumon]]. After a brief skirmish with a wild Digimon, Agumon and [[TheObiWan Gennai]] explain that the rise of a powerful new enemy, Millenniummon, has resulted in the imprisonment of all the Chosen Children and the revival of many dangerous enemies, and that it's now up to Ryo to amass an army of Digimon and lead them to victory against Millenniummon.
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''Digimon Adventure: Anode Tamer'' and ''Digimon Adventure: Cathode Tamer'' are [[OneGameForThePriceOfTwo a pair of counterpart]] games based on the ''Franchise/{{Digimon}}'' franchise, released exclusively on the Bandai WonderSwan UsefulNotes/WonderSwan in 1999. They later received a CompilationRerelease in 2001 for the WonderSwan Color, ''Digimon Anode/Cathode Tamer: Veedramon Version'', which received an English translation in Hong Kong. The games collectively are the first instalment installment in [[DigimonWonderSwanSeries [[Videogame/DigimonWonderSwanSeries a series of]] ''Digimon'' games following the transdimensional adventures of Ryo Akiyama, who would later make several cameo appearances in ''Anime/DigimonAdventure02'' and [[CanonImmigrant become a main character of]] ''Anime/DigimonTamers''. On New Years' Eve 1999, Ryo is playing on his new laptop when he is interrupted by a blackout, and taken into the Digital World by [[Anime/DigimonAdventure Taichi Yagami's Agumon]]. After a brief skirmish with a wild Digimon, Agumon and [[TheObiWan Gennai]] explain that the rise of a powerful new enemy, Millenniummon, has resulted in the imprisonment of all the Chosen Children and the revival of many dangerous enemies, and that it's now up to Ryo to amass an army of Digimon and lead them to victory against Millenniummon.

* NoExportForYou: The games are the only installment of its series to come even vaguely close to averting this - an English translation does exist of ''Veedramon Version'' (and by extension all versions), but was released solely in Hong Kong where there actually was an English-speaking WonderSwan market.
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* NoExportForYou: The games are the only installment of its series to come even vaguely close to averting this - an English translation does exist of ''Veedramon Version'' (and by extension all versions), but was released solely in Hong Kong where there actually was an English-speaking WonderSwan UsefulNotes/WonderSwan market.
14th Jan '14 12:22:41 PM LongLiveHumour
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** SocializationBonus: Considering how it works like the [[{{Pokemon}} Pokémon]] games, where trading is key to completing the Pokéd- I mean, Digimon Analyzer.
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** SocializationBonus: Considering how it works like the [[{{Pokemon}} Pokémon]] ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' games, where trading is key to completing the Pokéd- I mean, Digimon Analyzer.
26th Dec '13 6:15:42 PM BraveTamerMicko
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Added tropes concerning information about the game that I discovered. Oh, and I fixed a typo! ^^
* ComMons: It's difficult to not end up getting a ''lot'' of Veedramon from Gennai. It stands out in that you'll end up with a hell of a lot of them even though you can't find and purify them in dungeons.
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* ComMons: It's difficult to not end up getting a ''lot'' of Veedramon from Gennai.Gennai, as they're your reward for beating the first dungeon in the Veedramon Version. It stands out in that you'll end up with a hell of a lot of them even though you can't find and purify them in dungeons. The original Anode/Cathode gave you a Koromon and a Tyrannomon instead, as they generally had good synergy with Agumon and their combination gave you access to some basic Variable moves.

* ComMons: It's difficult to not end up getting CriticalHit: In this game, a ''lot'' critical hit is indicated by the name of a Digimon's SignatureMove appearing on screen during their melee attack. * DiscOneNuke: Veedramon from Gennai. It stands out in the remake. Highest possible HP in the game and good overall stats. * EarlyBirdCameo: [[spoiler:Omnimon/Omegamon, called "Garuru Greymon" in the game as the movie wasn't released yet]] is one of the hidden Variable moves obtainable by having a Veedramon in the original. * GuideDangIt: Two of the hidden post-game dungeons. While an NPC in town mentions that you'll end up with a hell of a lot there are four of them even though after you can't find beat the game, only two of these are easily found. The third one where [[spoiler:all of the bosses can be caught]] is unlocked by having played the game for 20 hours total (though impossible to miss after that), and purify them in dungeons.the final one [[spoiler:with all of the Chosen Children's Digimon]] is unlocked by completing the Digimon Analyzer. This is a very little known fact among Western players of the game, as there are no English sources on the internet that state this.

* NoExportForYou: The games are the only instalment of its series to come even vaguely close to averting this - an English translation does exist of ''Veedramon Version'' (and by extension all versions), but was released solely in Hong Kong where there actually was an English-speaking WonderSwan market. * [[OneGameForThePriceOfTwo One Game for the Price of Three]]
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* MightyGlacier: Bar [[{{LightningBruiser}} Gatomon/Tailmon]], most Champion-level Digimon are these. * NoExportForYou: The games are the only instalment installment of its series to come even vaguely close to averting this - an English translation does exist of ''Veedramon Version'' (and by extension all versions), but was released solely in Hong Kong where there actually was an English-speaking WonderSwan market. * [[OneGameForThePriceOfTwo One Game for the Price of Three]]Three]] ** SocializationBonus: Considering how it works like the [[{{Pokemon}} Pokémon]] games, where trading is key to completing the Pokéd- I mean, Digimon Analyzer. * SecretCharacter: In the original game, players could only obtain a Veedramon through a real-life event, much like [[{{Franchise/Pokemon}} Mew]] and other such legendary Pokémon. Judging from its stats in the remake, they've forgotten (or were unable) to nerf it appropriately, making it a readily available GameBreaker. Their inclusion, and by extension the Veedramon Version in general was likely meant to make the hidden variable moves [[spoiler: Aero Veedramon, Goldramon and Omegamon]] more easily accessible.
2nd Feb '13 4:54:37 PM EarlOfSandvich
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!! Tropes present in ''VideoGame/DigimonAdventureAnodeCathodeTamer'':
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!! Tropes present in ''VideoGame/DigimonAdventureAnodeCathodeTamer'':''Digimon Adventure: Anode Tamer'':
13th Jul '12 11:16:07 PM nombretomado
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''Digimon Adventure: Anode Tamer'' and ''Digimon Adventure: Cathode Tamer'' are [[OneGameForThePriceOfTwo a pair of counterpart]] games based on the ''{{Digimon}}'' franchise, released exclusively on the Bandai WonderSwan in 1999. They later received a CompilationRerelease in 2001 for the WonderSwan Color, ''Digimon Anode/Cathode Tamer: Veedramon Version'', which received an English translation in Hong Kong. The games collectively are the first instalment in [[DigimonWonderSwanSeries a series of]] ''Digimon'' games following the transdimensional adventures of Ryo Akiyama, who would later make several cameo appearances in ''DigimonAdventure02'' and [[CanonImmigrant become a main character of]] ''DigimonTamers''. On New Years' Eve 1999, Ryo is playing on his new laptop when he is interrupted by a blackout, and taken into the Digital World by [[DigimonAdventure Taichi Yagami's Agumon]]. After a brief skirmish with a wild Digimon, Agumon and [[TheObiWan Gennai]] explain that the rise of a powerful new enemy, Millenniummon, has resulted in the imprisonment of all the Chosen Children and the revival of many dangerous enemies, and that it's now up to Ryo to amass an army of Digimon and lead them to victory against Millenniummon.
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''Digimon Adventure: Anode Tamer'' and ''Digimon Adventure: Cathode Tamer'' are [[OneGameForThePriceOfTwo a pair of counterpart]] games based on the ''{{Digimon}}'' ''Franchise/{{Digimon}}'' franchise, released exclusively on the Bandai WonderSwan in 1999. They later received a CompilationRerelease in 2001 for the WonderSwan Color, ''Digimon Anode/Cathode Tamer: Veedramon Version'', which received an English translation in Hong Kong. The games collectively are the first instalment in [[DigimonWonderSwanSeries a series of]] ''Digimon'' games following the transdimensional adventures of Ryo Akiyama, who would later make several cameo appearances in ''DigimonAdventure02'' ''Anime/DigimonAdventure02'' and [[CanonImmigrant become a main character of]] ''DigimonTamers''. ''Anime/DigimonTamers''. On New Years' Eve 1999, Ryo is playing on his new laptop when he is interrupted by a blackout, and taken into the Digital World by [[DigimonAdventure [[Anime/DigimonAdventure Taichi Yagami's Agumon]]. After a brief skirmish with a wild Digimon, Agumon and [[TheObiWan Gennai]] explain that the rise of a powerful new enemy, Millenniummon, has resulted in the imprisonment of all the Chosen Children and the revival of many dangerous enemies, and that it's now up to Ryo to amass an army of Digimon and lead them to victory against Millenniummon.

The games were followed up with ''VideoGame/DigimonAdventure02TagTamers'', continuing Ryo's adventures and tying into the backstory of [[DigimonAdventure02 Ken Ichijouji]].
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The games were followed up with ''VideoGame/DigimonAdventure02TagTamers'', continuing Ryo's adventures and tying into the backstory of [[DigimonAdventure02 [[Anime/DigimonAdventure02 Ken Ichijouji]].

* AllThereInTheManual: This game is one of the ''many'' [[NoExportForYou unexported]] manuals about exactly who the hell [[DigimonTamers that Ryo guy]] is and why he's such a good Tamer.
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* AllThereInTheManual: This game is one of the ''many'' [[NoExportForYou unexported]] manuals about exactly who the hell [[DigimonTamers [[Anime/DigimonTamers that Ryo guy]] is and why he's such a good Tamer.
25th Apr '12 10:23:59 PM nombretomado
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The games were followed up with ''DigimonAdventure02TagTamers'', continuing Ryo's adventures and tying into the backstory of [[DigimonAdventure02 Ken Ichijouji]].
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The games were followed up with ''DigimonAdventure02TagTamers'', ''VideoGame/DigimonAdventure02TagTamers'', continuing Ryo's adventures and tying into the backstory of [[DigimonAdventure02 Ken Ichijouji]].
15th Feb '12 11:38:06 AM wanderlustwarrior
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The games are a simplified take on the TurnBasedStrategy genre, with some of the maintenance elements of the ''Digimon'' virtual pets thrown into the mix. Both the player and the enemy control only three {{Mons}} each with limited offensive commands available. The player can charge and use energy from Taichi's borrowed Digivice to capture and "purify" an enemy Digimon and convince it to join Ryo's army.
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The games are a simplified take on the TurnBasedStrategy genre, with some of the maintenance elements of the ''Digimon'' virtual pets thrown into the mix. Both the player and the enemy control only three {{Mons}} each with limited offensive commands available. The player can charge and use energy from Taichi's borrowed Digivice to capture and "purify" an enemy Digimon and convince it to join Ryo's army.
19th Jan '12 11:20:19 PM PerplexingArticulator
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* NoExportForYou: The games are the only instalment of its series to come even vaguely close to averting this - an English translation does exist of ''Veedramon Version'' (and by extension all versions), but was released solely in Hong Kong where there actually was an English-speaking WonderSwan market.
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* NoExportForYou: The games are the only instalment of its series to come even vaguely close to averting this - an English translation does exist of ''Veedramon Version'' (and by extension all versions), but was released solely in Hong Kong where there actually was an English-speaking WonderSwan market.market. * [[OneGameForThePriceOfTwo One Game for the Price of Three]]
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