+Visually stunning on both PSVita and PS4
+Controls are easy to learn and player-friendly
+Amazingly well-done voice tracks and subtitles
+A solid side-story to an already well developed main game
-Lack of camera controls makes some maps hard to explore.
-Platforming sections can be slightly difficult due to the camera angles
Shady hackers, bizarre computer cafes, while training digital creatures in some virtual world in order to carry out corporate espionage almost sounds like a headline for the nightly news. But it’s this very premise that Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth – Hacker’s Memory follows. In Hacker’s Memory players take on the role of silent protagonist Keisuke Amazawa, a young man who has taken to the digital world of Eden in order to find the malicious hacker who stole his identity.