If you're a Digimon fan, you'll be glad to know that Digimon Links, a game that's been out in Japan for a while now, is on its way to our shores, and now we got the first English language trailer that shows off the game's features. Digimon Links lets you train Digimon on your farm, which requires you to build various buildings that give your Digimon perks in battle. You will also use that farm to deal with some unexplained phenomena, whatever those are. Then, you take those Digimon to battle using the game's 3 vs 3 turn-based system, where leader skills, signature and legacy skills, and attributes and resistances help you make it through victorious. I'm sure you've never heard of a battle system like this one, right?

The game also lets you part up with up to 3 other online players and take part in co-op battles. And since all players share the AP required to activate the various skills, you'll have to work together if you are to carry the day. If the co-op battles work well, they are going to be quite fun to play. No word yet on release date, but you can pre-register for Android if you want to.

  • http://www.orcpage.com/fboy Jordan Cable

    Wow, the battle system looks identical to Cyber Sleuth. Color me intrigued!

  • Dice5292

    About time I feel like games like this never make their way to the U.S hopefully it brings Digimon back into mainstream too.

  • http://www.facebook.com/wolvenworks Wolvenworks

    reminds me of Digimon World 1. yes that's old.

    i still want a HD remake of Digimon World 2 or 3. those blew my mind back then, and they still blew my mind now by how complex it is (and how superstitious it made me when playing those games)

  • darkfyra

    Better than I first though,the gestion part don’t have timers,stamina is there but in a game like this,it’s not too intrusive,I would like to have a bigger amount of rewards sure,not a fan of gacha but....it sure is fun and the story seem interesting.Did not saw pay2win issues yet