History VideoGame / DigimonWorldDawnDusk

25th Mar '17 11:13:03 AM nombretomado
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* SuperTitle64Advance: Following suit the RunningGag of many NintendoDS games, the cities the two rival teams are stationed in are called '''D'''arkmoon and '''S'''unshine.

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* SuperTitle64Advance: Following suit the RunningGag of many NintendoDS UsefulNotes/NintendoDS games, the cities the two rival teams are stationed in are called '''D'''arkmoon and '''S'''unshine.
25th Dec '16 9:38:03 AM ADrago
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* LostForever: The Kowloon Blade... [[JokeWeapon not that it matters, due to its pitiful stats when you get it.]]


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* PermanentlyMissableContent: The Kowloon Blade... [[JokeWeapon not that it matters, due to its pitiful stats when you get it.]]
15th Sep '16 6:10:15 AM MarcoPolo250
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[[OneGameForThePriceOfTwo A pair of games]] for the DS and the sequel to ''VideoGame/DigimonWorldDS'', ''Digimon World Dawn/Dusk'' puts you in the shoes of a member of the Light Fang or the Night Crow, two rival teams who raise and battle Digimon in the Digital World. The annual tournament is cut short by a mysterious viral assault, severing all contact between the two teams and leaving both Sunshine and Darkmoon City scrambling to rebuild and figure out just what caused the incident. Naturally, both sides suspect the other had a hand in it... and naturally, it falls to you to find out the truth.

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[[OneGameForThePriceOfTwo A pair of games]] for the DS and the sequel to ''VideoGame/DigimonWorldDS'', ''VideoGame/DigimonWorldDS/Digimon Story'', ''Digimon World Dawn/Dusk'' puts you in the shoes of a member of the Light Fang or the Night Crow, two rival teams who raise and battle Digimon in the Digital World. The annual tournament is cut short by a mysterious viral assault, severing all contact between the two teams and leaving both Sunshine and Darkmoon City scrambling to rebuild and figure out just what caused the incident. Naturally, both sides suspect the other had a hand in it... and naturally, it falls to you to find out the truth.
25th Jul '16 12:38:48 PM PeppermintTwist
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* StarterMon: Depending on your version, you get Solmon or Lunamon to start with, which have powerful special moves. You also get a handful of supporters, though Solmon/Lunamon are the obvious standouts.
12th Jul '16 6:45:25 AM Morgenthaler
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[[OneGameForThePriceOfTwo A pair of games]] for the DS and the sequel to ''DigimonWorldDS'', ''Digimon World Dawn/Dusk'' puts you in the shoes of a member of the Light Fang or the Night Crow, two rival teams who raise and battle Digimon in the Digital World. The annual tournament is cut short by a mysterious viral assault, severing all contact between the two teams and leaving both Sunshine and Darkmoon City scrambling to rebuild and figure out just what caused the incident. Naturally, both sides suspect the other had a hand in it... and naturally, it falls to you to find out the truth.

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[[OneGameForThePriceOfTwo A pair of games]] for the DS and the sequel to ''DigimonWorldDS'', ''VideoGame/DigimonWorldDS'', ''Digimon World Dawn/Dusk'' puts you in the shoes of a member of the Light Fang or the Night Crow, two rival teams who raise and battle Digimon in the Digital World. The annual tournament is cut short by a mysterious viral assault, severing all contact between the two teams and leaving both Sunshine and Darkmoon City scrambling to rebuild and figure out just what caused the incident. Naturally, both sides suspect the other had a hand in it... and naturally, it falls to you to find out the truth.



* ContinuityNod: There are various oblique references to ''DigimonWorldDS'', but it's only after the final boss battle that a character namedrops [[spoiler:Chronomon]].

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* ContinuityNod: There are various oblique references to ''DigimonWorldDS'', ''VideoGame/DigimonWorldDS'', but it's only after the final boss battle that a character namedrops [[spoiler:Chronomon]].
19th May '16 8:27:05 PM BillyMT
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*** Including the four passwords for [[http://www.gamefaqs.com/ds/937345-digimon-world-dawn/cheats each]] [[http://www.gamefaqs.com/ds/937344-digimon-world-dusk/cheats version]], which grant right off the bat ultimate equipment, four exclusive 8-bit digimon (two per version), [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg and a Sukamon]].

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*** Including the four passwords for [[http://www.gamefaqs.com/ds/937345-digimon-world-dawn/cheats each]] [[http://www.gamefaqs.com/ds/937344-digimon-world-dusk/cheats version]], which grant right off the bat ultimate equipment, four exclusive 8-bit digimon (two per version), [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg and a Numemon / Sukamon]].
19th May '16 8:25:58 PM BillyMT
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** [[UpToEleven Basically, go check GameFAQs.]] The original japanese game was made in the later half of the '00s, back when a lot of DS games were made with the intent to require supplementary guides sold separately. [[NoExportForYou None which made the jump to the Americas]], so there is about [[http://www.gamefaqs.com/ds/937344-digimon-world-dusk/faqs/49842 a book worth of missing info]].

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** [[UpToEleven Basically, go check GameFAQs.]] The original japanese game was made in the later half of the '00s, back when a lot of DS games were made with the intent to [[BribingYourWayToVictory require supplementary guides sold separately.separately]]. [[NoExportForYou None which made the jump to the Americas]], so there is about [[http://www.gamefaqs.com/ds/937344-digimon-world-dusk/faqs/49842 a book worth of missing info]].info]].
*** Including the four passwords for [[http://www.gamefaqs.com/ds/937345-digimon-world-dawn/cheats each]] [[http://www.gamefaqs.com/ds/937344-digimon-world-dusk/cheats version]], which grant right off the bat ultimate equipment, four exclusive 8-bit digimon (two per version), [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg and a Sukamon]].
19th May '16 8:12:20 PM BillyMT
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*** To top it off, one of the most powerful of them, the Miracle Digi-egg, is unlocked as soon as you defeat Grimmon, the third boss, relatively early into your gameplay. You wouldn't know about it because you have to enter Login Mountain with no quests active (explained above), and then wade though some BeefGates in two different Chaos Areas in order to find it in a stray chest in the middle of nowhere. Many a player had finished the game and the missions after that, and never found it because of either unmentioned mechanics, or the fact that the majority of the other digi-eggs are given as quest rewards, so it's really easy to assume wrongly.

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*** To top it off, one of the most powerful of them, the Miracle Digi-egg, is unlocked as soon as you defeat Grimmon, the third boss, relatively early into your gameplay. You wouldn't know about it because you have to enter Login Mountain with no quests active (explained above), and then wade though some BeefGates in two different Chaos Areas BeefGate areas, in order to find it in a stray chest in the middle of nowhere. Many a player had finished the game and the missions after that, and never found it because of either unmentioned mechanics, or the fact that the majority of the other digi-eggs are given as quest rewards, so it's really easy to assume wrongly.
19th May '16 8:11:10 PM BillyMT
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** The fact that some of the Railroading walls disappear by simply going into an area without having any quest active in there. Yes, many vanish by simply advancing the plot, but since no explanation is given about them, everyone assumed you weren't supposed to get in there yet... And stay forever blocked off a few goodies.

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** The fact that some of the Railroading walls [[FanNickname railroading glitch walls]] disappear by simply going into an area without having any quest active in there. Yes, many vanish by simply advancing the plot, but since no explanation is given about them, everyone assumed you weren't supposed to get in there yet... And stay forever blocked off a few goodies.



*** To top it off, one of the most powerful of them, the Miracle Digi-egg, is unlocked as soon as you finish GrimMon, the third boss, relatively early into your gameplay. You wouldn't know about it because you have to enter Login Mountain with no quests active (explained above), and then wade though some BeefGates in two different Chaos Areas in order to find it in a stray chest in the middle of nowhere. Many a player had finished the game and the missions after that, and never found it because of either unmentioned mechanics, or the fact that the majority of the other digi-eggs are given as quest rewards, so it's really easy to assume wrongly.

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*** To top it off, one of the most powerful of them, the Miracle Digi-egg, is unlocked as soon as you finish GrimMon, defeat Grimmon, the third boss, relatively early into your gameplay. You wouldn't know about it because you have to enter Login Mountain with no quests active (explained above), and then wade though some BeefGates in two different Chaos Areas in order to find it in a stray chest in the middle of nowhere. Many a player had finished the game and the missions after that, and never found it because of either unmentioned mechanics, or the fact that the majority of the other digi-eggs are given as quest rewards, so it's really easy to assume wrongly.
19th May '16 8:09:15 PM BillyMT
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* GuideDangIt: Not just for DNA and Special Digivolving; you can't even get most of the Digimon quests without having certain Digimon with certain personalities...
** Some of the [=NPCs=] on the other areas of the digital city mention some combinations for DNA digivolution and the correct Digimon+personality needed to unlock special missions. A large portion aren't mentioned.

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* GuideDangIt: Not just information for DNA and Special Digivolving; Digivolving is absent, you can't even get most of the Digimon quests without having certain Digimon with certain personalities...
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personalities... Some of the [=NPCs=] on the other areas of the digital city mention some combinations for DNA digivolution and the correct Digimon+personality needed to unlock special missions. A large portion aren't mentioned.mentioned.
** The fact that some of the Railroading walls disappear by simply going into an area without having any quest active in there. Yes, many vanish by simply advancing the plot, but since no explanation is given about them, everyone assumed you weren't supposed to get in there yet... And stay forever blocked off a few goodies.


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*** To top it off, one of the most powerful of them, the Miracle Digi-egg, is unlocked as soon as you finish GrimMon, the third boss, relatively early into your gameplay. You wouldn't know about it because you have to enter Login Mountain with no quests active (explained above), and then wade though some BeefGates in two different Chaos Areas in order to find it in a stray chest in the middle of nowhere. Many a player had finished the game and the missions after that, and never found it because of either unmentioned mechanics, or the fact that the majority of the other digi-eggs are given as quest rewards, so it's really easy to assume wrongly.
** [[UpToEleven Basically, go check GameFAQs.]] The original japanese game was made in the later half of the '00s, back when a lot of DS games were made with the intent to require supplementary guides sold separately. [[NoExportForYou None which made the jump to the Americas]], so there is about [[http://www.gamefaqs.com/ds/937344-digimon-world-dusk/faqs/49842 a book worth of missing info]].
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