The 10 best Digimon games for consoles and PC!

The Digimon franchise has some good games for the most diverse platforms! We brought a Top 10 with the ones that stand out the most among the players. From Digimon Adventure to the latest seasons, see the great games in the series for those who like little monsters like Agumon, Gabumon, and many others!

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Digimon World

  • Platform: PS1
  • Release: 1999


Without a doubt the best Digimon game ever made! In it, you woke up in the digital world, in the city of Digimon, and had to help them rebuild their city. For this, he trained and evolved a little monster, battling and recruiting other creatures to work and live in the city. There were still dozens of collectibles to get!

Digimon Story: Cyber ​​Sleuth

  • Platform: PS Vita, PS4, and PC
  • Release: 2015


Digimon Story: Cyber ​​Sleuth is an RPG in which you control a human, who must train his Digimon in various battles and missions. Initially, you can choose between Palmon, Terriermon, and Hagurumon, although you can unlock a total of 341 creatures in the full edition of the game.

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Digimon World 3

  • Platform: PS1
  • Release: 2002


Digimon World 3 tried to regain the franchise after the failure of Digimon World 2. You control a boy who gets trapped in an online world after a hacker attack. With the help of your Digimon, you must find a way back to the real world, while exploring a huge map, full of quests and battles. The coolest thing is to have 3 types of digievolution!

Digimon Links

  • Platform: Mobile
  • Release: 2016


Digimon Links has elements of the most diverse styles of games. The focus is on creating a Digimon farm, capturing new creatures, and participating in online and offline missions. There are more than 100 creatures that you can obtain and train, whether to fight against enemies controlled by the AI or to go to the Coliseum to fight other players.

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It’s a shame that the game was removed from all stores in 2019…

Digimon World: Next Order

  • Platform: PS Vita and PS4
  • Release: 2016


An RPG played in an open world, in which you have two Digimon partners. You choose from 10 possible partners, and this choice is important as you will stay with them until the end of the game. Throughout missions and battles, you evolve the little monsters in terms of level, but you should also make them happy when interacting with them.

Digimon Adventure

  • Platform: PSP
  • Release: 2013


Digimon Adventure is entirely based on the first season of the anime. You can choose any of the digichos from the drawing, including Hikari and Gatomon. The battles are turn-based and include digievolutions and even scenes very similar to the anime. Besides, the dubbing is the original of the drawing!

Digimon Rumble Arena

Platform: PS1
Release: 2001


Digimon Rumble Arena does not have the presence of humans, only Digimon. In this case, there are up to 24 creatures you can choose to battle in arenas. Included are Season 1 and Season Tamers monsters such as Guilmon and Agumon.

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Digimon Digital Card Battle

  • Platform: PS1
  • Release: 2000


One of the most different Digimon games as it is played using only cards. Each player has a 30-card deck, which contains creature, support, and evolution cards. Basically, it’s like a Yu-Gi-Oh, having creature sacrifices to get the most powerful versions of monsters.

Digimon Masters

  • Platform: PC
  • Release: 2008


One of the most complete games in the franchise, as it brings elements from all seasons and generations. You can choose from a few starter tamers, including Matt Ishida and Tai Kamiya. You select an initial Digimon and evolve it in battles against players from around the world on online servers.

Digimon Battle Online

  • Platform: PC
  • Release: 2002


Digimon Battle Online came before Digimon Masters and was the one who brought the franchise to the online world on PC. However it is only based on Digimon Tamers, bringing as initials practically only the little monsters of this generation, such as Guilon and Terriermon, as well as Veemon and Agumon X. Like Masters, the game is entirely online and focused on PvP battles.

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