1.5" Collectable Digimon
5" 3-in-1 Digi-Warrior Sets
5" Digivolving Figures
8" Digivolving Figures
Action Interactive Guilmon
The 2003-2004 year saw no new Digimon toys released in the US (excepting the "Digimon Racing" video game) - the mysterious "Digimon: Force Three" seemed planned to fill this gap, but by all appearances, was cancelled before it got started (Incidentally, we do know that Force Three was real, and not a hoax, because the Digivices created for the toyline were present at Bandai's booth at Toy Fair 2003). Now, in the 2004-2005 year, following the launch of Bandai's new Digimon Collectable Card Game, Digimon toys are back on the shelves - even if almost all of them are old ones, repackaged.
The numbering for the 1.5" sets is restarted. These sets were formally numbers 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51 and 52, except that in the case of sets 47-52, what were previously randomised mystery figures (silver and golden) now appear to be standard figures.
Previously available individually, these Season Four figures have now been collected in sets of three, with Human and Beast Spirit themes.
The new names given to the Spirit forms of the Season Four toys mark the first association of "Human" and "Monster" (should be "Beast," of course) to the Spirits by Bandai.
Previously available in the Season Three toy range, the rare "Digi-Interactive" Guilmon returns to shelves.
This is the second version of the D-Tector electronic toy, based on the upgraded forms and Koji and Takuya's D-Tectors from the animated series, and available in both their colour schemes.
While I've chosen to list it
here in the 2004-2005 section,
"Digimon Racing," for the Gameboy Advance, was, in
actuality, released at the end of the 2003-2004 year. Ironically,
America was one of of the last countries to get the game, as
Australia, Japan, and even the ever-neglected Europe had it
before then. It's European release was followed a few months
later by the release of "Digimon Battle Spirit 2".
"Digimon Rumble Arena 2" US and European releases were, uncharacteristically, not too far apart. The game was available for Gamecube, Playstation 2 and XBox (despite some initial confusion over whether or not a PS2 version would be available). "Digimon World 4," meanwhile, is not due out until March 2005, and will also be available on Playstation 2, Gamecube and Xbox
SEASON ONE TOYS - - SEASON TWO TOYS - - SEASON THREE TOYS - - SEASON FOUR TOYS