Author: Logan Petty
For those of you unfamiliar with Digimon as a whole, it started in the form of a keychain digital pet, like Tamagotchi (In fact, they were Bandai’s spin-off of Tamagotchi). The franchise got wildly popular in Japan and mildly popular in America. Most of the games produced at the time, like many Bandai products, maintain a great collector’s value. Digimon World 2 is one of the more valuable games for the PS1. So, what is the game all about?
At first, your new recruits can only reach a low max level (e.g. 16). You must use DNA digivolution to raise that level cap. You are also rewarded Digivolution Points, which can affect what your Digimon will digivolve into. The digivolution process is the most difficult, and some times frustrating part of the game, but if done correctly, is quite rewarding. It is possible to go all the way to Mega form for some digimon (The fourth and final form).
If you happen across this game for a decent price, I would recommend picking it up and giving Digimon a chance. Even if you decide you do not like the game, you could make a decent profit off of this rare work.