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- Sep 8, 2006
After a bit of a wait, and only a couple days before the show is back, we finally have details for the Digimon Adventure: Digivice:!
It's an adventure/quest based LCD toy, and let's have a look at what they are advertising it as having...
Point 1- New Design. This is Digivice:!
The design is refreshed. The contents of the LCD game has also been refreshed, try a new adventure!
Evolution sequences are reproduced with lights and sounds.
Point 2- The Chosen Children's colors are reproduced with LEDs and the partner Digimon can be friends!
Showing the full lineup now is interesting, especially one particular choice.
Point 3- Newly installed systems
Adventure is possible in all 11 areas of the quest system. Battle in all 11 areas with your partner Digimon.
Battle System- The Digivice: is equipped with a roulette input system that imitates the light ring on the digivice: itself. you can increase the attack power of your partner Digimon by stopping it at the correct time. Enjoy a thrilling battle!
New Partners- If you beat a specific area, you can have a new partner Digimon join you. Increase partner Digimon and advance!
They show off it lit up with all 8 colors. They note there are 8 LEDs included so it lights up properly.
Over 100 characters from Digimon Adventure: will appear in the Digital World of the Digivice:, which makes up 11 areas.
Pre-orders are open at Premium Bandai for 8,800 yen. Pre-orders close on July 31st, and they will ship in November.
Update- Pre-orders are open.
Update- Premium Bandai US is taking pre-orders.
The Digivice: looks like a rather nice quest based LED toy. The mold looks quite nice, and it'll probably be a popular one with the connection to the show.
More details to come!
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