Digimon Adventure tri. 3rd Film Releases New Trailer; What’s The Story So Far?

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The latest trailer for Digimon Adventure tri. Kokuhaku (Confession) was released in Japan on Monday. It showed footage we have not seen before during the week’s episodes of the ‘Orange? and ?JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Diamond Is Unbreakable’ anime. We have also seen Takeru “T.K.”, Koshiro “Izzy”, and Meiko with their corresponding Partner Digimon: Patamon, Tentomon, and Meikuumon, on the freshly released commercial.

Based on spoilers we have obtained from the first 2 films, Meikuumon decided to terminate Leomon in a surprising turn of events. He will eventually disappear into the misleading abyss. Shaken, Taichi and all the others apparently feel uncomfortable as Koshiro thinks if there is any other thing that they can do during this unbelievably grim situation. Unfortunately, he did not find answers to his questions.

When he starts feeling hopeless, he goes to Meiko. He is hoping to get more information from him. He urges him to try to remember. He insists that they are very much in need of the information so they will know exactly the reason behind the infection. Meiko appears to have lost his mind, along with all his emotions and he is not able to give any answers. Koshiro resorts to isolate Agumon and the other Digimon in the office so that there will be no way for the infection to spread.

Despite Koshiro?s efforts to prevent the infection from trouncing anyone else, Patamon starts showing signs of being infected. Agumon and the others think about using the voice of Hikari to spread the news about the Digital World. They need to ensure that the team learns the secret.

The time is coming.

Meikuumon will be seen once again during a rematch. Taichi and the others feel sad when they hear the news. But despite their heartache, they still make a decision. If they will wait around for ?someday,? they will become adults before we know it.

Now, we are on for adventure. The Digimon Adventure tri.?Kokuhaku?opens in Japan on September 24. It will be available on Blu-ray Disc and DVD will be in November 2.

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