Voice Cast, Special Agumon, Special Vita Themes and a Battle Coliseum. Yep, plenty of news here!

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth is set to launch in Japan on March 12th, and more details of the games first print edition have been revealed. First of all, the first print edition will include 4 themes so that fans can have Digimon on their Vita’s main menu.

Also included in the first print edition is access to an extra powerful Agumon, it’ll wear a costume similar to the main protagonist of the game and have more powerful attacks and abilities to help progression through the game. Additionally, Bandai Namco Games have announced that more contents of the game first edition will be revealed up until March 4th.



Also, the games full voice cast, as well as some more features including a Battle Coliseum within the games real world have also been announced, as well as a batch of new screenshots, all of which can be seen below.

Voice Cast

  • Protagonist (Male) – Yoshitsugu Matsuoka
  • Protagonist (Female) – Rumi Okubo
  • Nokia Siromine – Megumi Han
  • Yuuko Kamishiro – Kanae Ito
  • Arata Sanada – Daisuke Kishio
  • Kyoko Kuremi – Maaya Sakamoto
  • Mysterious Boy – Ayumu Murase
  • Agumon – Chika Sakamoto
  • Gabumon – Mayumi Yamaguchi


The strange situation in the real world has an adverse effect on the Digital World. When the world’s crisis reaches its climax, the Royal Knights travel from the Digital World to the real world and make the real world their new stage for battle.

Royal Knights

The Royal Knights are a group of top-tier Holy Knight Digimon brought together by Yggdrasil, the host computer that oversees the entirety of the Digital World for the express purpose of network security. Though they’re prophesied to come together in times of great calamity, the Royal Knights themselves aren’t necessarily purely good beings in the strictest sense. One, for instance, swears absolute loyalty to Yggdrasil, while another pays heed to someone they’ve deemed their master, while still another possesses incomparable power, and so on. Each of the Knights lives by their own code of justice as they go about their own work. Indeed, so vigilante are their operations at times that they’re known to commit great atrocities if they deem such actions to ultimately be for the greater peace and order of the Digital World. Knowing that, including those who belong in the “Empty Seats,” Knights whose power is used as deterrence, there are 13 Knights in all.

Starting with the Omnimon, who awakens in response to Nokia’s Digimon, as well as Crusadermon, who stands in opposition to the protagonist, the Royal Knights start to appear one by one in the real world…. Let’s meet some of them below.

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth


Gallantmon’s existence is a contradictory as a Virus attribute Digimon that’s nonetheless tasked with guarding the network. So precarious is the balance of power within him that he could very well be a supremely dangerous being if things ever went awry. Regardless, deep down he’s an honorable type and while he had previous operated on his own in an attempt to restore order within the world, he ends up working with Nokia and Omnimon, their cause resonating with him. Nevertheless, his trust in humans isn’t quite so absolute as Omniomon’s, as he’s all too willing to wipe out anything that holds views that are contradictory to his own.

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth


Magnamon is an Armor Digimon who Digivolved thanks to the power of a miraculous Digi-Egg, which is believed to afford him the ability to come out on top of most any situation in one piece, no matter how dire things might get. His armor is made of Chrome Digizoid, making his defenses extremely tough. Uncertain as to whether he should leave the real world alone or destroy it to halt its negative influence upon the Digital World, he keeps on eye on the protagonist, Nokia, and the others from afar to better grasp what humans are all about.

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth


Among his fellow knights, UlforceVeedramon is among the speediest of an already thoroughly fast bunch, his movements unable to be matched by most anything else. Even more astoundingly, his armor is made of the ultralight rare metal Blue Digizoid, making him a serious force to be reckoned with both on the skies and on the ground. The protagonist seeks him out in the hopes that the two can work together, but it seems that UlforceVeedramon has problems of his own to contend with….

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth


Accompanied by Huckmon, who he’s chosen as his future successor, Gankoomon travels around the Digital World in search of any signs of potential trouble, undoing it before it can hopefully take root. Though he’s strict with his Huckmon, it’s for the sake of ensuring Huckmon develops properly for his pending role, as Gankoomon ultimately has a nice disposition. After seeing the real world for himself, he becomes even more obsessed with Huckmon’s training, ultimately entrusting him to the protagonist once progress has started to taper off.

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth


Jesmon is the quickest among the Royal Knights to head for problem spots when he senses trouble brewing, able to sense when something bad might be coming most anywhere in the Digital World. He’s constantly following after Gankoomon and faces down any orders that befall him with the utmost composure. Possessing a solid service record in his own right, he strives to be on the level of Gankoomon as a Royal Knight one day, having begun to awaken to the potential within himself.

Battle in the Coliseum

Players can battle against other hackers with their trained Digimon in the Coliseum, which can be accessed from the in-game Game Center. By winning battles, you can raise your rank higher and higher. Additionally, you can battle against other players from the Digi-Lab in both ad-hoc and online modes.

There has been a massive fan outcry for this game to come to the west, so fingers crossed we’ll hopefully be reporting news of a western release for the game soon, in the meantime stay tuned to The Vita Lounge for more news leading up to the Japanese launch.

  • Chris Pap

    This game looks so good… fingers crossed!

  • aros

    Graphics are very impressive, I’ll certainly buy this if it comes West. Never been interested in Digimon but it does look good so fingers crossed They bring it over.

    • Buckybuckster

      Same here. I am not a big Digifan, but I’ve lusted for this game ever since I viewed some of the teaser vids. Easily the most visually impressive Vita title since Killzone. Looks like it will be as equally stunning on the gameplay front too.

  • DigimoCyberSleuthToEuropeAndUS

    It will be better a worldwide release stupid Namco bandai 4 march…i think they going to reveal a worldwide release.if there is a multiplayer mode arena what i have heard than it should be worldwide or else ihate namco bandia forever