If there’s one anime series that millennials would be all too familiar with, it would be Digital Monsters or better known as Digimon.
First introduced back in 1999, Digimon tells the story of seven kids who were chosen to protect the world by saving the digital world from evil forces. Fast forward into the present day where mobile devices continue to dominate the global market and shortly after the latest batch of movie sequels were released as part of the said series’ 15th anniversary campaign, we’ve got something that would make every kid from the ‘90s want to relive the entire series all over again.
Digimon Links is Bandai Namco Entertainment, Inc.’s most recent take on idle games on mobile devices. Just like Sword Art Online: Memory Defrag, which is based on another popular anime series of the same title, this mobile game will surely make you want to be a Chosen Kid yourself and get your favorite characters to stay by your side from the well-loved series like never before as you firsthand protect the world by saving the digital world from evil forces.
But do you know what makes Digimon Links awesome? It’s the fact that this game would not just make every kid from the ‘90s want to relive the entire series all over again.
This game, for what it’s worth, would also make every kid from today’s generation want to learn more how the series made every millennial’s childhood a whole lot more fun and exciting – and yes, even without the advent of technology through merchandises that allow one to play outdoors and nearby with his friends; and yes again, especially with the advent of technology through merchandises that allow one to play indoors and afar with his friends.
You see, Digimon wasn’t just an anime series yesterday. You also see, Digimon isn’t just an idle game today.
Digimon is childhood itself, the kind of childhood that makes one realize that some of the best things in life can be easily found right in front of you – be it in the form of seeing things like no other like when you’re watching a new episode of your favorite Digimon anime version on the small screen or on a DVD console or experiencing things like never before like when you’re playing a new game of your favorite Digimon anime character on a PlayStation console or on the big screen.
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