Digimon Ghost Game is an adventure, monster Japanese Anime and the ninth anime series in the Digimon franchise, that aired from October 3, 2021, to June 26, 2022. It is directed by Kimitoshi Chioka and Masato Mitsuka. It is a 31-episode show that is produced by Toei Animation and written by Masashi Sogo and Atsuhiro Tomioka.
Digimon Ghost Game Season 2 Release Date
The anime has acquired gigantic fans and they are exceptionally eager to understand what will occur straightaway. But as of now, there is no official announcement of the show.
It got a 7.1/10 rating on MyAnimeList and 7.5/10 on IMDB. The significant purpose for the show finding actual success is its plot. In the event that the plot of the show is astounding and novel, the show will get love from the crowd.
|Digimon Ghost Game Season 1 Release Date||3 October 2021|
|Digimon Ghost Game Season 2 Release Date||Not Announced Yet|
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Digimon Ghost Game Season 2 Story
The story plot is generally not so distant in the future where an imaginative innovation has arisen. In informal organizations, reports are flowing about a strange “hologram ghost”. The lead character Hiro Amanokawa who is a first-year recruit at Hazakura Academy, who by initiating a secretive gadget abandoned by his dad called “Digivice”, makes obscure animals that shouldn’t be visible to conventional individuals, the Digimon, and noticeable to his eyes.
Since the day he met Gammamon, a devilish Digimon shared with him by his dad, Hiro is up to speed on different bizarre peculiarities. A man with a sewn mouth takes time from people, and a mummy meanders around each evening and hijacks people. The visualization phantoms are surrounding them and targeting them. From this point, the tale of the opposite side of the world that no one knows about close by their companions Kiyoshirō Higashimitarai and Jellymon, and later Ruli Tsukiyono and Angoramon, Hiro and Gammamon plunge into the baffling reality where these animals reside.
Digimon Ghost Game Season 2 Characters
Hiro Amanokawa is a 13-year-old kid who is the hero of the show, he goes to Hazakura Academy. He is a curious and interesting youth who never turns down a solicitation. He is a solid individual who can do the vast majority of the things on his own that others frequently depend on. He’s exceptionally inquisitive and begins getting keen on Digimon in the wake of meeting Gammamon, whom he met through his dad. Because of his childhood, he will in general stifle his silly side while being enthusiastic and really focusing on others. The voice is given by Japanese VA Mutsumi Tamura
Gammamon is Hiro’s accomplice. He is a white Ceratopsian (beaked Dinosaur) Digimon with little wings on his back. Gammamon has various top dog shapes that he can Digivolve into. His personality is voiced by Miyuki Sawashiro.
Ruli Tsukiyono, is a 13-year-old going to an all-girls school and runs a well-known mysterious related social media entertainment account. She is agreeable and has heaps of companions. She searches for things that suit her taste and needs to stick her nose to everything. Moreover, she plays the piano, which Angoramon likes to pay attention to. Despite the fact that she is an active young lady who is talented and can do essentially anything, she really battles to find things that she considers proper and subsequently feels exhausted. Her character is voiced by Japanese VA Yu Kobayashi.
Angoramon is Ruri’s accomplice who is a beast Digimon with a pacifistic character, who followed Ruri when she was playing her piano. His personality is voiced by Japanese VA Kazuya Nakai.
Kiyoshiro Higashimitarai is a 14-year-old virtuoso who moved on from an American school and at present goes to Hazakura Academy. He fears phantoms and consistently searches for charms to ward them off. He typically talks in a deigning way, however, then again, he’s very much a weakling when things quit fooling around. While he longs for strength, he is devastatingly weak, which is the reason his right hand is enclosed by wraps as an image of two limits – one in which he acts like a military craftsman who does “so as not to harm his clench hand” and the other, where he concocts the rationalization that “by harming it, he can’t give everything”. Japanese VA Akira Ishida has voiced this character.
Digimon Ghost Game Season 2 Trailer
You can find the official trailer of Digimon Ghost Game on top of this article.
Where To Watch Digimon Ghost Game Season 2?
You can watch all 31 episodes of Digimon Ghost Game on FujiTV, Crunchyroll, Mondo, and also on VRV Select.
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