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Unlike the game's predecessor, localization and release in the US and Europe were announced soon after its reveal and it released on January 17, 2018. Like its predecessor, it is available physically and digitally for the [=PS4=] and digital only for Vita.

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Unlike the game's predecessor, localization and release in the US and Europe were announced soon after its reveal and it released on January 17, 2018. Like its predecessor, it is available physically and digitally for the [=PS4=] and digital only for Vita. \n The game is set to be [[CompilationRerelease bundled with its prequel]] in ''Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Complete Edition'' for the UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch and PC via UsefulNotes/{{Steam}} with a October 18, 2019 release date.

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* TheComputerIsaCheatingBastard: The opponents in the Master Cup can use items without taking their turn, and can use them whenever they want, even back to back. They can even use this to increase their Digimon's stats and give them Acceleration Boosts.

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** It is used a few times by other NPC characters though, such as a Defence Force guard towards the end of the game.


* OldSaveBonus: If you cross-save with data from ''Cyber Sleuth'' you start with bonus items themed on that game, your digimon list from that game, and your previous protagonist carries over into the relevant scenes.



* OldSaveBonus: If you cross-save with data from ''Cyber Sleuth'' you start with bonus items themed on that game, your digimon list from that game, and your previous protagonist carries over into the relevant scenes.


* SoBeautifulItsACurse: The Sistermon sisters know how cut they appear and see it as a roadblock. They're disciples of [[RatedMForManly Gankoomon]], powerful in their own right, and want to start a digimon training gym. They fear that their cute appearances would make people question how strong they can become at the gym.

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* SoBeautifulItsACurse: The Sistermon sisters know how cut cute they appear and see it as a roadblock. They're disciples of [[RatedMForManly Gankoomon]], powerful in their own right, and want to start a digimon training gym. They fear that their cute appearances would make people question how strong they can become at the gym.

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* SoBeautifulItsACurse: The Sistermon sisters know how cut they appear and see it as a roadblock. They're disciples of [[RatedMForManly Gankoomon]], powerful in their own right, and want to start a digimon training gym. They fear that their cute appearances would make people question how strong they can become at the gym.


* HopelessBossFight: [[spoiler:Inverted. K's [=SkullSatamon=] in chapter 13 is one to establish that K and Keisuke are ''too'' evenly matched at that point. And then Ryuji and Arcadiamon [[VillainShoes briefly take over]] to easily defeat it, establishing ''their'' newfound power.]]

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* HopelessBossFight: [[spoiler:Inverted. K's [=SkullSatamon=] in chapter 13 is one ends partway through to establish that K and Keisuke are ''too'' evenly matched at that point. And then Ryuji and Arcadiamon [[VillainShoes briefly take over]] to easily defeat it, establishing ''their'' newfound power.]]


* HopelessBossFight: [[spoiler:Inverted. K's [=SkullSatamon=] in chapter 13 is one to establish that K and Keisuke are ''too'' evenly matched at that point, and then Ryuji and Arcadiamon [[VillianShoes briefly take over]] to easily defeat it, establishing ''their'' newfound power.]]

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* HopelessBossFight: [[spoiler:Inverted. K's [=SkullSatamon=] in chapter 13 is one to establish that K and Keisuke are ''too'' evenly matched at that point, and point. And then Ryuji and Arcadiamon [[VillianShoes [[VillainShoes briefly take over]] to easily defeat it, establishing ''their'' newfound power.]]


* HopelessBossFight: [[spoiler:K's [=SkullSatamon=] in chapter 13 is one to establish the power gap between K and Keisuke at that point, and then Arcadiamon easily defeats it, establishing it as incredibly powerful.]]

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* HopelessBossFight: [[spoiler:K's [[spoiler:Inverted. K's [=SkullSatamon=] in chapter 13 is one to establish the power gap between that K and Keisuke are ''too'' evenly matched at that point, and then Ryuji and Arcadiamon [[VillianShoes briefly take over]] to easily defeats defeat it, establishing it as incredibly powerful.''their'' newfound power.]]

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* ChekhovsGun: Remember that ominous black trapezohedron in the middle of Under Zero in the previous game? [[spoiler: It's actually the [[SealedEvilinaCan can]] for Arcadiamon.]]

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* BlindIdiotTranslation: Like in the first game, a mistranslation of the word "Bakemono" (meaning monster) leads to Arata referring to the Eaters as "Bakemon" (A Champion level Digimon). Unlike the first game however, this is only used once, so may have been the localises poking fun at themselves.


** [[spoiler:Nokia's narration at the end of ''Cyber Sleuth'' states that EDEN still exists after the CosmicRetcon but this game states that EDEN never existed after it. Even more strange is that in the playable section after the credits, there's still an EDEN log-in booth in Ikebukuro with it stating that EDEN is down for maintenance, directly contradicting Erika's statements.]]


* WarmUpBoss: Devimon and Ogremon are the first two Digimon you face and they go down really fast.

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* WarmUpBoss: Devimon and Ogremon are the first two Digimon you face and they go down really fast.fast.
* YearX: All the dates given on BBS posts have the year as "20XX".


* GaidenGame: It's a side-story that intertwines with the events of ''Cyber Sleuth'' and promotional material indicates that characters like Fei will be more fleshed out in this game. Gameplay-wise, it adds about 73 new Digimon and 30 new maps to the 247 and 74 already in ''Cyber Sleuth''.

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* GaidenGame: It's a side-story that intertwines with the events of ''Cyber Sleuth'' and promotional material indicates that characters like Fei will be more fleshed out in this game. Gameplay-wise, it adds about 73 91 new Digimon and 30 new maps to the 247 249 and 74 already in ''Cyber Sleuth''.


* MythologyGag: [[spoiler:One of Hudiemon's attacks is Infinity Dream, a direct reference to the lyrics about an endless dream from [[Anime/DigimonAdventure Butterfly]].]]
* PointOfNoReturn: The game explicitly warns the player [[spoiler:in Eater EDEN that they will not be able to go back to do other things after beating the Eater Domination Battle and moving on to the final area.]]



** [[spoiler:Nokia's narration at the end of ''Cyber Sleuth'' states that EDEN still exists after the ComicRetcon but this game states that EDEN never existed after it.]]

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** [[spoiler:Nokia's narration at the end of ''Cyber Sleuth'' states that EDEN still exists after the ComicRetcon CosmicRetcon but this game states that EDEN never existed after it.it. Even more strange is that in the playable section after the credits, there's still an EDEN log-in booth in Ikebukuro with it stating that EDEN is down for maintenance, directly contradicting Erika's statements.]]


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* TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon: [[spoiler:Eater EDEN, a corrupted version of EDEN by the Eaters.]]

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