It’s hard to believe that it has been 20 years since the first entry in the Digimon series was released. The franchise is one of Bandai Namco’s most profitable, and continues to be popular with a new generation of gamers. There are many features in this latest game that make it stand out from other titles, but its emphasis on “Harmonious Will” may be what resonates most deeply with Japanese players. In recent years, there have been several reports about how family ties and friendships are weakening as people spend more time at work or pursuing their own interests. This trend has led some employers to offer telecommuting options so workers can avoid spending too much time away from home during the weekdays. The world of Digimon Cyber Sleuth, much like the real one, is a place where people have to learn how to balance these competing needs. The game’s protagonist meets many new friends and allies as he investigates digital crimes in Japan, but there are also times when it becomes necessary for him to work with his family or spend time alone at home getting some rest so that he can be ready for what comes next. One thing I found very interesting about this is that players don’t need to choose between “Harmonious Will” and their personal ambitions; they’re able to strike an appropriate balance through careful planning. In addition, while taking care of your relationships may seem like something you should do out of obligation rather


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