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Digimon Ghost Game is a TV Anime series which is a part of the franchise, called as the Digimon Series or Digital Monsters. It was created and developed by Akiyoshi Hongo and Toei Animation. This Anime series has begun airing every Sundays of the week, at 9:00 am JST, on Fuji TV, since October 3, 2021, with its first Episode. It is also streaming overseas, also on the same day — about an hour after it was aired in Japan TV.

Series Info
  • "Digimon Ghost Game" TV Anime Promo Poster
TitleDigimon Ghost Game / デジモンゴーストゲーム
GenreAdventure, Mystery-Horror
Creator(s)Akiyoshi Hongo, Toei Animation
Based fromDigital Monster (Bandai)
Director(s)Masatoshi Chioka, Masato Mitsuka
MusicKow Otani
Animation StudioToei Animation
Original Airing (First Episode)October 3, 2021
Episodes44 (As of September 25, 2022)
Official Websitehttps://www.toei-anim.co.jp/tv/digimon_ghost_game/

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The story takes place with Hiro Amanokawa, with his partner Digimon named Gammamon, in a world where Hologram Ghosts (transparent, floating digital images) do exist. There is a phenomenon where certain Hologram Ghosts are becoming mysteries, and they are slowly beginning to play and take lives of people.

While many people can’t able to see these ‘phenomenal’ Hologram Ghosts, certain people who has an item, called the Digivice, can able to see them.

These phenomenal Hologram Ghosts that exist in both Digital World and the Human World were called as ‘Digimon’.

With Hiro’s father entrusting him with a Digivice, as well as a Digimon partner, their mystery-solving adventure begins. They step along in a mysterious world where only Digimons live within.

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Episodes List and Reviews

This block or section is weekly updated, due to the fact that this Anime series is still airing.

The Episodes List is divided into quarters, or otherwise as “cours“, by myself in this page.

Cour is a word used to describe a span of anime episodes during their initial Japanese TV broadcast. One cour runs for three months and typically consists of anywhere between 10 to 14 episodes and sometimes will contain a full season if the season is short enough.

From this post: The Origins of ‘Cour’ and What It Means for Anime

Cours do usually occur, when they were always noted for the changes of opening and/or ending theme songs, as well as the changes of opening and ending animation sequence credits.

The first column is the “Original” Anime Episode title, while the second column is the “Episode Review” title made within IDS.

As of the latest update in this page, all previous Episode Reviews of this Anime series can be found in this archive.

Episodes List (Cour 1)
1The Sewn-lip ManA Digimon that Steals Time
2Mysteries of the MuseumNot All Enemy Digimons are Bad
3ScribblesThe Invisible Protector
4The Doll’s ManorTrick or Treat!
5A God’s WrathEeny, Meeny, Money, Moe.
6The Cursed SongThe Reversed Soprano Voice
7BirdsBlack Wings of Liberty
8Monsters’ Procession in the NightThe Race of Death
9The Warped TimeClockmon, Retaliation
10The Game of DeathCounterattack
11KamaitachiVillains Don’t Trust Each Other
12Chain LettersSpam Kablam
First Episodes within the First Cour. First Episode was aired on October 3, 2021, and the 12th Episode was aired on December 26, 2021, prior to the New Year’s Eve holiday, in which most of the Japanese TV programs were on a “broadcast break” status.
Episodes List (Cour 2)
13The ExecutionerInto the Deep Darkness
14Zashiki WarashiThe Parlor Child
15The Fortuneteller’s ManorFortune-telling with the Fallen Angel
16A Maneater’s ForestLabyrinth Forest and the Green and Red Fogs
17Chill HellFreezing Path of Doom
18Land of the ChildrenIn the Land of Eternal Youth
19The Witching HourInter-Period
20The Prison of FlamesThe Gate Keeper of Digital World
21A Spider’s TrapBrain-Eating Zombie Spider
Episodes List (Cour 3)
22NightmareThe Sakura Tree and the Sea
23The Moaning BugThe Blood Moon Virus
24Twisted LoveFlower Obsession
25The Crimson BanquetThe Crimson Vampire
26The Cannibal MansionTrue Colors
27Beauty SerumBeckoned by Water
28The Face TakerOne Trillion Faces, One Soul
29Monster PollenDetoxifying Odds
30Bad FriendGothic Doll Catastrophe
31TsujigiriFall Before the Blade
32Who Are YouA Versus B
Notes: Episode 22 is supposedly to air and stream a week after Episode 21, prior to the Toei Animation Website hack incident.
Episode 22 onwards are now falling under Cour 3, which is noted due to the change of the Anime series’ ending theme song.
Episodes List (Cour 4)
33Whispers of the Dead
34The Wall Crawlers
36The Labyrinth of Grief
37The Herd of the Dead
38The Diviner
39The Contagion Island
40Spiral Beach
42Human Hunters
43Red Eyes
44Red Rust
45The Ghost Newspaper
Episode Reviews archive of this Anime series can be found here.

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Here are the initial characters that will appear in most of the Episodes of this Anime series. Each of the Human characters are having their Digimon partners each, and they equip with a special watch bracelet called the Digivice.

Hiro AmanokawaMutsumi Tamura
GammamonMiyuki Sawashiro
Ruli TsukiyonoYu Kobayashi
AngoramonKazuya Nakai
Kiyoshiro HigashimitaraiAkira Ishida
JellymonYu Shimamura

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Additional Info

This block or section contains most of the series’ extra information, such as related news, trivia, or other of its related media or series. This section shall be updated once if there are new information or news gathered.

About Digimon Series
Digital Monster (Digimon Series) Logo
Digital Monster (Digimon Series) Logo

The Digimon Series is a franchise or series created and developed by Akiyoshi Hongo in 1997, and was co-created with Toei Animation (one of the grandfathers of the known animation studios in Japan). It was actually based from the Digital Monster, a virtual pet digital game by Bandai, which was knowingly based from the popular Tamagotchi virtual pet digital game created by the same company, also.

Digimon is a shortened name for Digital Monsters (Japanese dubbed: デジタルモンスター). They are creatures in a digital form in which it can be raised by feeding items and foods, as well as battling with other Digimons (other people) in order to become strong and versatile.

This series has been developed and conceptualized since year 1997, and video games, as well as its Anime counterparts, has been spawned since year 1999, starting with the popular Digimon Adventure Anime series.

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This page has been updated since September 25, 2022.