Some of the monsters from the world of Digimon are pretty cute. As fans have proven in the past, though, even the cutest fictional creature tends to look terrifying, or just plain creepy, in real life. DeviantArt user Lindsey Wakefield continues to explore that with her realistic Digimon art, which she recently added to with a more life-like version of Chibomon and Zurumon.
Ever wanted to cuddle up with your very own Agumon or Patamon? Premium Bandai wants to help you do just that, with the Stuffed Collection plush dolls from Digimon! Hit the jump for more!
PicoDevimon/DemiDevimon has finally been cleared from the site for Digimon Adventure tri., the anime celebrating the 15th anniversary of Digimon Adventure. In the pest's place is news about the upcoming anime that promises plenty of nostalgia with the series' high school age cast. Along with the return of the Digimon voices, the themes include Kouji Wada singing opening "Butter-Fly" and Ayumi Miyazaki singing "Brave Heart."
Digimon has changed a lot since its original release, and the series is celebrating its 15th anniversary. Brand new replicas of popular Tags and Crests are coming out, but there are also classic Digivices to be had soon. Hit the jump for more!
Thanks to a capture of the Weekly Famitsu live stream we have an extended look at Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth. The PS Vita RPG hits Japan on March 12, and you can see around 20 minutes of gameplay in the pair of videos after the jump.
Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth is nearing its March 12 release in Japan, so Bandai Namco is here with an extensive seven-minute overview trailer. See a preview of the RPG's characters, locations, battle system, and more in the video after the jump.
V-Jump is offering another look at the a 17-year-old highschool age Yamato "Matt" Ishida from Digimon Adventure tri., the anime celebrating the 15th anniversary of Digimon Adventure. Check it out after the jump.
Fans hoping to help hatch the digital eggs on the site for the 15th anniversary Digimon Adventure anime, Digimon Adventure tri., are out of luck today. In a new teaser, DemiDevimon has taken over the site and its associated Twitter feed, rebuffing attacks and taunting visitors "Why don't you visit again, tomorrow? Hee hee hee..."