In this episode/movie, we offer initial thoughts on the tri. episode/movie series as a whole and hopefully sort out this whole episode/movie alternate dimension business.
In this episode, as Quartzmon tightens its grip on the world, the world must come to accept the unfortunate, depressing reality that Tagiru is still the main character.
In this episode, the moment everyone's been waiting for all season! That's right, Zenjirou and Akari finally get their Xros Loaders! Bunch of other kids show up too.
In this episode, Tagiru is in a prime position to get some real answers from the two people who know the most about DigiQuartz, but passes because they aren't terrorizing the city on this particular instance.
In this episode, a perfectly decent round of annoying filler is drastically interrupted by an actual villain and some other goggleheads deciding to barge in on Tagiru's turf. About damn time, really.
In this episode, a Digimon theme park is so authentic that the Sephirotmon ride traps you in an evil, megalomaniacal scheme. It's just like the real thing!
In this episode, the hunters intervene in the case of a Digimon gaining power through a popular collectible card game... but only after it completely drains the energy of its victim. Twice.