Thursday, March 24, 2016

Digimon Linkz Launches Today, Experiences its First Server Maintenance

Just a few hours after launching, Linkz undergoes its first bit of server maintenance.
March 24th, 2016. Early this morning Bandai Namco Entertainment uploaded a surprise for fans on Google Play and the AppStore, making Digimon Linkz live for the first time. The app is free-to-play with microtransactions, and features a combination of gameplay lifted from Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth and music taken from Digimon World Re:Digitize.

The app is only available in the Japanese app stores. International users can download it by creating a Japanese iTunes account (if on iOS) or by using a Virtual Private Network application like TunnelBear to mask their location (if on Android). Android users will still need to create a Japanese Google Play account to download the game, and clear any cached data from their Play app.

Within ten hours of going live the app experienced its first server maintenance, with tamers around the world reporting on an apology message from the app’s navigator, Kurihara Hina. It appears that the game's servers became overloaded as a result of too many players registering in succession.

5 comments:

  1. well the game have freakin better look then any mobile digimon games, hanck even better then digimon soul hunter from korea....

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  2. I'm playing it right now..and i have to say this game looks amazing!! The graphics look really good for a mobile game. The battle system is cyber sleuth-ish but fun nonetheless. Since its F2P it has the usual stamina bar, gems(premium currency) and ofc the gacha(where you use gems to get rare digimon). Ofc there are missions that you can partake in to level up your digimon and acquire items necessary for powering them up.....There i go ranting again haha, I'm sure Touya will cover everything about the game soon.. For now just go download and play this!!!

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  3. I couldn't be happier right now =)

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