* AccidentalInnuendo: The fake Digi-Egg of Miracles is called the Digi-Eff of Miracles. Non-mammals have sex and make eggs. Digi-eggs are made from digi-sex. {{Squick}}.
* CultClassic: The Digimon Story games as a whole are this. While not the deepest RPG's in the industry, they are still of good quality and great games for those who love the franchise.
* {{Narm}}: For a large segment of the game, the main antagonists are a group of tamers who are up to no good. What are they called? Not something ominous like, oh, I don't know, the Chaos Bringers, Shadow Tamers, or something even remotely threatening. They're literally referred to as the Bad Tamers. The ''Bad Tamers.'' '''THE BAD TAMERS''' is the best thing the localization team could come up with!
** It makes more sense if you consider that they are given that name by an NPC ally of yours, and the enemy leader [[spoiler: is young and immature enough to think that it's cool and Apropriate it.]]
* SeinfeldIsUnfunny: To a very small extent, this game is not nearly as refined as the later Digimon Story games, but it's far from outdated and can still be quite enjoyable.
* ThatOneLevel: Packet Swamp. It has a confusing layout with the whirlpools that will send you to god knows where. What makes this worse is that this area has quite the nasty DemonicSpider, Blossomon, who can potentially one-shot any of your party with it's signature attack if they're not defensive enough. Thankfully the boss is not nearly as troublesome as the level itself is.
* ViewerGenderConfusion: Oddly enough, Masuru Daimon, the main character of ''Anime/DigimonSavers'' can fit this. The main PowerTrio from the ''Savers'' anime cameos in this game, but the game was also released in the US well before Savers was dubbed in English. Masuru's name wasn't changed, so his pony tail, odd and androgynous (at least to westerners) name, and the limited graphics of the game itself made the fact that he was a boy somewhat unclear to many fans.