If you're looking for anime similar to Digimon Season 3: Tamers, you might like these titles. All recommendations are made by Anime-Planet users like you!
In the Sinnou region, a young girl named Dawn is turning 10 years old; which means she can finally have her first Pokemon and embark on a grand adventure! With high hopes of living up to her Mother’s Pokemon legacy, Dawn sets out with the penguin-like Pocchama to find more Pokemon and compete in tournaments; but she won’t be alone in her journey! After helping newfound friends Ash and Brock rescue Pikachu from the clutches of Team Rocket, they all decide to travel together in search of fame and fortune. And thus, the three embark on a quest to become the greatest Pokemon masters of them all!
If you liked Digimon Tamers, then im sure youll like Pokemon Diamond and Pearl. both of these great series had a lot of fun and adventures. It focuses on a group of friends and there Monsyer-like companions trying to overcome many obsticals and become closer to there new friends.
Pokemon Diamond and Pearl is closer to Digimon Season 3 because they were both Season 3 basically, its just like saying its season 3 of digimon, if you like pokemon, you most likely like digimon! and it goes both ways
One day, a flood of magical cards rained down from the sky and were collected by unsuspecting children. Unaware of the great power of the cards, the children created an exciting new game called Bakugan Battle Brawlers - but once they began to play it, they discovered that the monsters were real! Now Daniel and Drago must try to save Vestroia, the home dimension of the monsters in their new game. To make matters worse, they also have to contend with the mysterious player known as Masquerade, who has been taking other players' Bakugan from them.
In Both series the main characters have to battle in order to save world. They both have action comedy and the characters are really cool. so if u like Digimon season 3 you'd like Bakugan Battle Brawlers.
Both of these anime deal with children teaming up with beings from another world. Also, to power-up these beings, the children use cards on them. Not to forget to mention that both anime have the same amount of episodes and are genred as action with card battling.
In a futuristic world, the virtual world is merely a layer on top of reality; within it, cyberpets are abundant and information is plentiful, and it is only visible by wearing special cyberglasses. In Daikoku City, this cyberspace is behaving strangely: cyberpets are going missing, dark entities known as "the Illegal" roam obsolete space that shouldn’t exist, and a large pink antivirus program known as Satchii wanders the streets, attacking both virus and pets alike. Sixth grader Yuko Okonogi has just moved to Daikoku City, and after cyberdetective children help her rescue her lost dog, she soon joins the others in a search for the truth behind these strange occurances.
Both Tamers and Denno Coil involve interactions with a digital world, and explore how interactions with digital entities push children into adult situations. As a result, both series place a lot of focus on the characters, and both have a likeable and fleshed-out cast because of this.
Both deal with an other "digital/cyber world" and how it's affecting the real world. Both are also full of past secrets that are now cropping up in the here and now. Both deal with things creeping in from the digital world that may or may not be harmful to the real world and both have organizations/kids that are fighting to eliminate the intruders as well as try to show people that they aren't so bad. Also both involve going into the digital world to fix the real one.
Ever since Yugi Mutou completed the Millennium Puzzle his life has changed; he's made friends, learned how to play the card game Duel Monsters and has gained more confidence in himself. After his grandfather is beaten in a duel he is challenged by Seto Kaiba, ranked number two in the world, but Yugi beats him regardless. Now, as a result of his victory, Yugi has attracted the attention of the game's creator, Pegasus. Yugi is then challenged to a dual in an alternate reality where magic brings the monsters to life, but is beaten and his grandfather's soul is taken. In order to retrieve it Yugi must now participate in a tournament against the best duelists in the world, defeat the game's creator, and learn more about the secrets within his Millennium Puzzle!
Yu-gi-oh and Digimon Tamers have a lot in common. First off, the shows are both based on card games. But, the games become more than games, the monsters in the cards become 'real' and the characters in the series have to fight using the cards and the monsters. The fate of the world lies in the hands of those with the cards and the skills.
The future of Duel Monsters has finally arrived! With it has come a new form of dueling known as "Riding Duels," which many duelists are eager to take up and learn. One such player is Yusei Fudo, an aspiring rider duelist who lives in the slum area known as Satellite; he has been wronged by the system and is on a mission to defeat his archrival: Jack Atlus, the Absolute King of the Riding Duel. With Jack having wronged him in his past, Yusei chooses to exact his revenge by taking his title; but, with a strange, unfamiliar set of rules and many foes ahead, will he ever reach Neo-Domino City and claim his prize?
Both of these series seem to give a bit of a darker edge to already familiar franchises. 5D's and Tamers both introduce characters who are more calm and collected than their earlier series. For the main characters, it would seem that what they do it taboo according to those in authority over them. If you liked Digimon, you should like Yu-gi-oh and vice-verse. And if you liked Tamers or 5D's, then you should definately like the other.