Sean is playing the game through a digital code provided by Bandai Namco.
Sean finally makes it to Chapter 4 in Digimon Cyber Sleuth: Hacker’s Memory. The chapter begins with a hugely important story sequence.
Followed by Sean teaching something vital about why De-Digivolving is the key to getting Mega level Digimon.
Lastly, you learn about Digital Shifts, meet some important characters, Eaters and much more in a packed first portion.
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Sean finishes up Chapter 4.
Keisuke Amazawa and the Hudie group participate in a sidequest Hacker Battle. While also finding out who’s actually behind the Mephisto account hacking. Anyone who played the first game will recognize him instantly. They also make contact with Fei and Yuugo and get into some cool battles too.
* Editor’s Note: There’s an hour or so missing from Chapter 4 due to Sean losing power during the initial stream. So, technically this would have actually been Part 3 (final) of Chapter 4. *
* Also, due to an error with Sean’s PC there’s no commentary on this video for the first 23 minutes. *
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W2Mnet.com Editor-in-Chief Sean Garmer plays through games he’s reviewing. He may also just randomly play games in his collection too. Whether it is a full Let’s Play series or just gathering some gameplay, it is sure to be informative and entertaining. Subscribe to the W2M Network Youtube channel for more videos. And you’ll always want to check it daily, as Sean’s usually playing something. You can also catch him each week with co-host Marc Morrison on the official Games podcast of the website, Video Games 2 the MAX. Where they discuss the latest news, games they are playing, and the upcoming releases. Plus, also some important Entertainment ongoings too.
Sean Garmer has a long history with Video Games. He started his love of games watching his brother play Super Mario Bros. on the Nintendo Entertainment System. His first system was the Super Nintendo and he literally spent days at a time playing Super Mario World. He later fell in love with Pokemon for the Gameboy and thus his Japanese RPG fandom was born. Sean has channeled that love of games into reviewing them. Not only that, he also analyzes the games industry on the Video Games 2 the MAX podcast, and writing about it on various sites. Sean pretty much plays any kind of game nowadays, but he still prefers his love the JRPG.