Digimon World: Next Order originally launched on PS Vita in Japan back in March, and it's coming to PlayStation 4 in the west in early 2017. Japan can also look forward to the console version, because the latest V-Jump has it launching there as Digimon World: Next Order International Edition in 2017. Read on for more.
The official website for the six-part anime film project Digimon Adventure tri. today posted a poster visual for the next fourth part "Soushitsu (Loss), featuring Sora Takenouchi with her partner digimon Piyomon's ultimate form Hououmon, alongside Taichi Yagami and Yamato Ishida. Check more information after the jump.
This year's MIPCOM 2016 TV/entertainment tradeshow starts in Cannes, France, October 17th. An early look at what Toei will be bringing shows that Dragon Ball Super will be making its return, having been exhibited last year. It's joined by the new Digimon multiple media series Appmonsters (also known as Applimonster), and a new incarnation of pioneering mecha series Mazinger. Get a look after the jump.
Bandai Namco's upcoming Digimon Universe: Appli Monsters has a new trailer making the rounds, and it definitely makes the 3DS adventure look like something you'll want to pick up and try.
You may have read this morning's story about how Digimon Adventure tri. Part 3's success in the box office has paved the way for an extended screening period in Japan. Now that it will be in theaters for an additional week, that gives people another opportunity to catch up in a seriously condensed digest movie of parts 1 and 2.
As with the first two, "Kokuhaku (Confession)," the third part of Digimon Adventure Tri., was originally scheduled to run at 11 theaters in Japan for a limited time of three weeks. But thanks to the box office success, it is confirmed to screen at the same theaters at least one more week from October 15. Hit the jump for more details.
Following the first part "Saikai (Reunion)" and second "Ketsui (Determination)," "Kokuhaku (Confession)," the third part of the six-part anime film project Digimon Adventure Tri., was released at 11 theaters across Japan last Saturday and has earned a decent 55 million yen from its first four days. Hit the jump for more details.
Following the well-sold first Digivice released in December 2015, Bandai's official online store Premium Bandai today started accepting pre-orders for two types of "D-3 Digivice" featured in the Digimon Adventure anime franchise, from its Complete Selection Animation line for adult anime fans, for a March 2017 release. Check the details after the jump.