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God of 100 Eyes

This blog post may contain minimal spoilers. Please read this only if you had seen this Episode.

Inori-D Station strives to give spoiler-free Episode Reviews and Impressions in this post.

Overview (Story)
“Everyone, please! I need your help to save Emma!”

This strange Digimon is beginning to creep along with the hacker’s computer, and it starts victimizing it by stealing their eyes, and to fill their bodies with red eyes. With this, the Digimon was able to transmit itself into various places — By means of any electronic mediums, like smartphone cameras.

Until, it has reached a girl, named Emma, who comes to visit to Japan from an another country. She also become a victim, and her body is slowly filling up with lots of blinking red eyes. She is then revealed as a former schoolmate of Kiyoshiro, who used to be studying in overseas.

Until the problem has finally escalated, when Ruli has found out that Emma is acting strange. And then, the timing for their encounter with this Digimon is just right. They just need to strike it when it is going to appear in shady areas, or any places that has shadows!

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Let’s go with the review and impression!

The featured Digimon villain here is Eyesmon. Yep, and that Digimon is creepy, and it is filled with 100 red eyes!

Actually, I am happy to see some random character (Emma Hanes) who is voiced by a known Japanese voice actress in some Anime shows that I have previously watched! And also, she has voiced some main characters in some previous Digimon Series, too.

And then, Kiyoshiro got some another character development, where he is somehow really a “harem” character, where some random girls are already chasing or stalking him. Actually, Jellymon have further explained the further details of him, though, within this Episode.

Story theme is basically about something that can invade our own privacies. Something like eavesdropping on a conversation, or even seeing their actual acts from somewhere (Something like that Caught on Camera segment or TV show). The Digimon with 100 eyes is somehow a reference from the Greek Mythical Creature, known as Argus Panoptes.

Somehow, this Episode is looking too average, for me. Maybe it is because there are too many filler scenes, in which it is really skippable, after all, until you get into the main plot of the Episode, perhaps? Definitely. But then, if you are aftering for Kiyoshiro’s craziness around, then this Episode is just for you. And this may include some slapstick comedy that can make you laugh, after watching some few horror scenes. And Jellymon’s “Yandere” mode has switched on, lol (Just joking)

After watching this Episode, I have learned and believed that there is a such creature that has 100 Eyes. And did you know that all of those eyes are looking at various directions? Places? People? This has reminded me of the God’s Eye, in a movie that I have previously watched. And so, those 100 eyes can be looking at all directions, as said. But did you know that all of them are looking into one, common thing that most people have today? It’s none other than our own, precious lives. Sometimes, we just need to look upon to others, whenever we wanted to know what’s really happening to them, and to not just rely on our own privacies.

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Series Info
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Digimon Ghost Game began airing and streaming in Japan and overseas since October 3, 2021.

For more info, see this page.

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Inori Donz

Inori Donz is a blogger, video gamer, Anime enthusiast, bicycle rider, and Anime figure photographer. His favorite area of concentration is 'LoveLive! Series', where he plays its featured smartphone video games, as well as watching its Anime series counterparts. "I like Anime, toys and figures, and mostly, I like playing free-to-play video games. Definitely not your usual commoner you see everyday in the streets." He started his blogging journey since December 2013, with a free WordPress blog, named 'IemDonz Blog'. That free blog contains most of his Anime figure photography works, as well as some of his opinions and experiences in the Anime world.