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Immerse yourself in the story of Enchanted Arms as you explore 75 different environments, and complete multiple objectives and branching missions while listening to Japanese or English dialogue. Atsuma is an Enchanter-in-training with the power to control the angry golems with a mysterious power embedded in his arm. Enchanted Arms features a fighting sequence that is intended to rely on strategy as well as power. The combat plays out on a grid of 12 squares that you and the enemy may move around on. There are no classes in Enchanted Arms, so how you select your skills determines how successful you are in battle. <br><br>During the sequence and before your characters make a move, you will select each of your four group members and the attack they will use. When you are done, you can sit back and watch the action take place. Each character draws their power from elements such as fire, wind, water, and earth, and each attack a character performs will be either a skill, EX, or item attack. There are over 100 characters to interact with in the game, and the story includes over an hour of cinematic cut-scenes that can be skipped after the first viewing. Enchanted Arms is also Xbox Live! compatible for one-on-one battles.
Enchanted Arms (Microsoft Xbox 360, 2006)
$49.49 - $49.95
pros: The story line is fun
cons: Boring, repetitive, too easy and poor sound
Bored with the Xbox 360 Enchanted Arms video game
~Xbox 360 Enchanted Arms video game~Reason for purchase:We were just browsing in the store, and we c... See Full Review
pros: graphics are spectacular and the cutscenes are amazing
cons: the dialogue, slow and a bit mundane.
Chess for the Digital Age
The game itself has a slightly bizarre storyline that only those with a wonderful imagination will f... See Full Review
pros: One of a very few RPGs on the XBox360, some good character voice overs.
cons: TOO MANY RANDOM ENCOUNTERS, music is not memorable, story is linear to a fault
Extreme Linearity and Random Encounters Hinders this JRPG
Gameplay (30%): 6 Graphics (15%): 6 Sound (15%): 5 Controls (10%): 8 Longevity/Story (30%): 5 Overal... See Full Review
pros: Goofy story, adequate graphics, easy to play
cons: Insane fight frequency. You can't go five steps without yet another random fight popping up
What were they thinking?
This game is like watching a movie on US television - an hour of entertainment thinned out by countl... See Full Review
pros: It looks decent enough.
cons: 15 words can't even begin to describe.
An RPG for Insomniacs - Enchanted Arms
For many people, the fatal flaw of the original Xbox was a lack of Japanese support &#150 especially... See Full Review
pros: Battle System, Funny, Huge array of playable characters
cons: Somewhat repetitive, no achievement difficulty
Enchanting and Fun
At first, I didn't listen when my friend told me to pick this game up - I figured it would be just s... See Full Review
pros: Complex stats system, engaging story, great graphics
cons: Battles can be a bit repetitive, goofy dialog
Enchanted Arms - Fairly complex, yet accessible for newbies
The RPG genre is dominated by Japanese-style games made for Japanese audiences (those Americans who... See Full Review
pros: Graphics, Golem System
cons: This is One of the Most Boring RPGs I've Ever Been Subjected To
Enchanted Arms: - Keep Your Enchanted Arms Off Me
One of the original RPGs announced for Microsoft's Xbox 360 console was a title called Enchanted Arm... See Full Review
|Game Special Features||<li>Play through over 50 hours of multiple objectives and branching missions<br/><br/><li>Visit the town and talk to pizza golems<br/><br/><li>Choose your strategy, and then watch as your characters react<br/><br/><li>Go head-to-head on Xbox Live!<br/><br/>|
|Number of Players||1-2|
|ESRB Descriptor||Mild Fantasy Violence|
|Rating||T - Teen|
|Platform||Microsoft Xbox 360|