The Digimon Story Cybersleuth : Hacker’s Memory is the second Digimon Story game on the PlayStation 4 and although the game came in a rather small package of 4GB file size, it easily offers well over 70+ hours of gameplay (We small but we big at the same time yo!). Digimon fans will rejoice on the fact that Hacker’s Memory features 341 types of Digimon (91 more than the previous Digimon Story Cybersleuth game) So yessssss ! More Digimons to tame.
The developer of the game Media Vision recycled too many things from the previous Cybersleuth games resulting in Hacker’s Memory looking more like an expansion rather than a standalone title. However, this did little damage to the gameplay experience and the developer did something ultra smart to justify such laziness…I mean decision! The events in both Digimon Story Cybersleuth and Digimon Story Cybersleuth : Hacker’s Memory took place at the same timeline and several shared locations. “Ini maciem pun boleh ah? ” ,”Yes, boleh, you blow ah? – Media Vision”
What I like
- 341 Digimons wei
- Nicely made Cinematics
- Taming, Training Digimons was fun
- Long hours of Gameplay
- The same timeline paradox was a smart move and also allow fans to revisit places they are familiar with
What I dislike
- Same old same old with the previous Digimon Story. Like I said, it feels like an expansion so there are no surprises and almost nothing at all to compare side by side with to gauge improvement.
- The main character’s eye look weird
- STILL NO SKIP BUTTON FOR ANNOYINGLY LONG FARKING CINEMATICS ESPECIALLY THE STUPID INTRO.