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Digimon World: Dawn

What's the difference?

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What's the difference?

What's the difference between Digimon World: Dawn and Dusk, besides the storyline? Are there specific Digimon that can only be caught in Dawn?

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Guest answered:

you get to go to different areas in the game. in dawn, you can go to the highlight haven, where alot of holy digimon are. in dusk, you can go to the shadow abyss where a lot of dark/dragon digimon are. also, you cant access the shadow abyss in dawn(from what i know) and the other way around for highlight haven. hope it helps

Muddyy answered:

Yes, there are a few differences. You have access to Highlight Heaven and Task Canyon in Digimon World Dawn. You can get Chibomon's Data in the wild, as opposed to having to get it in an egg in Digimon World Dusk.

In some places I have heard after you beat the game 100% you can get access to the opposite games special areas, but I haven't done that yet, myself.


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