|Clear the game with 2 different starting characters
|Clear the game with all starting characters, Black Agumon, and Lopmon
|Gabumon / EX-Agumon
|Clear the game with 300 or more D-Spirits
|Clear the game with 3 different starting characters, not including those used to unlock Black Agumon
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Digimon Battle Spirit is a fighting video game originally published by Bandai and developed by Dimps for the Japanese-only WonderSwan Color handheld system under the name Digimon Tamers: Battle Spirit. It was later ported to Nintendo’s Game Boy Advance for international releases in North America and Europe two years later. The game features characters and Digimon that were included in the first three seasons of the animated series of the same name in a somewhat simplistic fighting scenario, and also has slightly arranged samples of the show’s soundtrack.
The Digital World, a computer-generated subspace that exists between all forms of digital devices, and home of the creatures known as “Digimon” is under attack by a malevolent and powerful force known as Millenniummon, who seeks to corrupt all the data present in the world and modify it to his own designs. In response, several Digimon and their human companions have set out to stop Millenniummon and his minions before any irreparable harm can be done. This is accomplished in a very round-about and a-typical way to the fighting video game genre, by finding and defeating as many opponents as possible on the way.
While structured very similarly to a conventional fighting game, Digimon Battle Spirit is much more like a barebones representation of the genre, mostly due to the limitations of the handhelds it was released on. Each character only has a handful of special attacks they can perform, with the two action buttons, A and B, allowing them to jump or attack respectively.
Digimon - Battle Spirit
North America: January 13, 2003
Game Boy Advance
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