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Thursday, January 15, 2015
[Famitsu] Cyber Sleuth Interview
Weekly Famitsu revealed the interview between Producer Habu Kazumasa(羽生和正) and Director Ookubo Tetsuya (大窪哲也).
According to Producer Habu, there were only less than 100 Digimon (models?) in the previous games, then increase the amount of Digimon by changing their color. There were 230 Digimon appeared in Cyber Sleuth, and most of them are different, only a few are same but different color.
It is pretty interesting that, right before he said these words, the red section is displaying "First-run copies are getting Black Agumon and Black Gabumon", Black Agumon and Black Gabumon are indeed Digimon that changed color.
You can also see the 3D models for Gankoomon and Jesmon, which are very cool.
As you can see, the interview is very long. We will translate them if we have time.