Gaming Which Digimon game should I play?

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dawn/dusk is indeed the best choice for starting and else just download em all and make ur own choice (
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Digimon World DS, for sure if you've never played one before.
It's way more easier to follow and to find things than in Dawn/Dusk.
The "scanning" and training of Digimon is way esier, too.
 

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Why not look at gameplay vids for all of them and then decide?I've played only Digimon World Championship so far and there really isn't much in terms of actual,''gameplay'' I'd say the most ''gameplay'' you'd get out of the game is when you're training/raising and catching Digimon rather than battling...
 

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Yes Dawn / Dusk is the best choice as the order doesn't matter however i recommend playing them all. They are all quite good games and yes the new game 'Lost Evolution' should be out this year and looks fantastic.
 

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I gave it a try....way too horrible.....

I like gameplay over design and graphics but this is an exception **returns to pokemon**
 
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