Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth screenshots show Ghost Boy, Eater, and combo attacks

Perform a three-Digimon combo attack.

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth

The latest set of Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth screenshots introducing the mysterious ghost boy character and Eater creature.

Here’s the rundown on each:

  • Mysterious Boy – The “White Ghost Boy” rumored to haunt cyberspace. He is said to erase the account data of any user he encounters, making them unable to ever access EDEN again. But his real identity is…
  • Eater – Another ghost story rumored in cyberspace. Similar to amoeba, this mysterious life form is said to suck dry the data of humans and Digimon it encounters. It continues to grow and divide, multiplying its presence in the cyber world. The creature was designed by popular cartoonist Ito Ogure.

The battle system is also shown. The game uses an active turn battle system, in which Digimon attack in a set turn order shown on the right of the screen. If your player friendship level is high, and your Digimon turn order connects, you’ll be able to perform combo attacks with fellow Digimon. With three Digimon on your team, a three-mon attack is your greatest possible combo.

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth is due out for PS Vita in Japan in 2015. View the new screenshots at the gallery.

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