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Digimon World DS

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Title Screen

Digimon World DS

Also known as: Digimon Story (JP)
Developer: Bec
Publisher: Bandai Namco
Platform: Nintendo DS
Released in JP: June 15, 2006
Released in US: November 7, 2006

AnimationsIcon.png This game has unused animations.
CharacterIcon.png This game has unused playable characters.
GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.

See, this is why server preservation is important.
This game's online features are no longer supported.
While this game's online features were once accessible, they are (as of May 20, 2014) no longer officially supported and online-exclusive features may be documented as now-unseen content.

Digimon World DS is the first Digimon game on the DS. If there's one thing to be said about this game, it has really, really sweet graphics for the Digimon. Despite its English title, it is not actually a "Digimon World" game, a localization quirk that would be fixed a decade later.

Demo Leftover

Even in the English games, there's a leftover from a Japanese demo. The Japanese text predictably says "Excepted for release on June 15th! Look forward to it!"


Placeholder Sprite


At the end of the Digimon sprites is a black and white Greymon sprite with "temporary" crudely written on the stomach that is repeated a few times.

Unused SkullGreymon Sprites


If hacked into your party, SkullGreymon can be dropped off at the DigiFarm. He also possesses a 'happy' sprite, despite being an unobtainable boss Digimon.

Unused Digimon


By changing the value at 145552A70, it is possible to hack Tortomon (83), Devitamamon (293), Ebemon (298), ShineGreymon (ShnGremon) (299) and MirageGaogamon (MgGaogamon) (300) into your party by using DigiConvert. These Digimon usually go completely unused in this game. They are Level 0 and display a broken image of Minotarumon on their profile and have no walking sprites. It is possible to use them in the game for a while, but it causes gameplay to slow down to a crawl and eventually crash. The Digimon do make an appearance in the sequels, Digimon World Dusk and Dawn.

In addition to this, the NPC Digimon can also be converted and have their information filled out as necessary. Much like the aforementioned Digimon, they display a broken image of Minotarumon but most possess walking sprites and thus do not cause the game to crash. However, they lack any battle moves.

Duplicate Digimon

Kenkimon, Flamedramon, Kongoumon, MetalGreymon and Imperialdramon Fighter Mode are duplicated in the Digi-Convert list, but cannot be seen through normal means. Most have identical stats, though the Imperialdramon found at the end of the list (ID 317) has different stats.

ImpdramonFM Used Unused
MP Lv 57 Lv 60
HP 891 935
MP 557 585
Attack 279 290
Defense 166 174
Spirit 164 172
Speed 133 139
Aptitude 69 72