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Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Case Guide

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Case Guide
Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth features dozens of challenging Cases that you can complete for rare and valuable rewards. This Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Case Guide lists all of the Cases we have already discovered and complete along with any additional information that may prove useful including rewards, unlocks and tips to complete the Cases quickly.

As you progress through the story it’s a good idea to check the whiteboard inside the Kuremi Detective Agency as regularly as possible. You will often find new Cases added to the board but make sure you always give priority to the red labeled Cases if you want to progress with the main story quicker. Certain Cases are unlocked on an almost random basis, with something as simple as speaking to a ! marked NPC, so be sure to check often.

Blue and Yellow are normal Cases, Purple is for bonus Cases and DLC content and Green are Cases you unlock through Investigation on the DigiFarm.

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Case Guide – 1 Star Difficulty Cases

Top Quality Beans
Search Wanted Hacker
A Game, A Bug, And An Imperiled Job
Digimons Property
Scramble Pentagram
Ryotas Youth
Broadway Food Tour
Flowers For Sakura
Nanimon On Sunday
Poor Cold Digimon
Nakanos Legendary Busters

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Case Guide – 2 Star Difficulty Cases

Wow! Mysterious Digital Face
Time Capsule Snow Woman
Broadway On Fire
Nightmare Eater
Im Not A Flower Person
The #1 Gamer
Home Security Guard
Broad Daylight
Problems At Digipedia
Rare Comic Collection
Escape From Unemployment
Shinjuku Food Tour
A Pet Digimon
Desperately Seeking Babysitter
Dream Of The Sky

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Case Guide – 3 Star Difficulty Cases

A Life Crisis
Red Fists And Hot Sweat
Nakano Underground
Reiko Tawas Case File
Living Doll Dead Person
Find The Missing
Night Of The Enigma
Problems At The Digipedia Continued
Numemon Strikes Back
Uncovering The Seventh Riddle
Constant Bragging
Dr. Datamon Develops Medicine
Not Enough Food
Could It Be... A Stalker?
Broken Sleep
Two Faces

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Case Guide – 4 Star Difficulty Cases

Expanding The Nokia Corps
La Missel
Yuuko And Yuugo
Ghost Cat Building
Dr Datamons Medicine Trial
Princesses Signed CD
Dr Datamon Medicine Complete

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Case Guide – 5 Star Difficulty Cases

Boy A
Comeback Show
Rina Shinomiyas Challenge

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Case Guide – Great Case Challenges

Unlike the other Case’s in Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth the vast majority of the Great Challenges focus entirely on combat, usually defeating strong opponents for rare and valuable prizes. As such it is difficult to guide these Case’s with any level of guaranteed accuracy as the difficulty varies greatly depending on the Digimon you’re using, the level they have and the abilities you have chosen to delete.

However, there’s a few general golden rules that will help when completing Case’s that involve difficulty combat challenges. Firstly make sure you’ve read our fast leveling guide for Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth. Once you understand the basics you’ve got all the ingredients you need to rise to any challenge. Once you hit Chapter 19 the interior of the Tokyo Metropolitan Office is home to some of the highest level Digimon you’ll encounter. Using the fast exp method you can still earn enough experience points to get a single level per fight in the low to mid 80s range. So if you’re struggling with a specific Great Challenge, level up, DigiVolve, stock up on items and try again.

It is also worth making sure your Digimon have the best items available equipped. The shop in Broadway stocks +20 items for each of the stats. Personally I found stacking damage on a couple and having a healing or buffing Digimon with high defense or speed to work well.

Great Case Challenge 1
Great Case Challenge 2
Great Case Challenge 3

We’re updating this as we go so check back soon for updates.

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