Enchanted Arms for PlayStation 3
PS3

Enchanted Arms

Apr 3, 2007

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

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About this game

Developer: FromSoftware
Content Rating: Teen

Summary

This next-gen RPG places you in the control of Atsuma, who early in his adventure manages to inadvertently open a seal which revives the fierce Devil Golem. You'll make use of Golem support characters as you work through the game's strategic battle system. The game has over 100 Golems which can be assembled using ingredient items. Characters can be customized using the "SP" experience points that you gain in battle. As the story develops, players face increasingly difficult challenges and learn to master Atsuma's special fighting and magical abilities.

Critic Reviews

6 Reviews
6.70
Cameron LewisSep 01, 2006
Enchanted Arms manages to land just on this side of the "worth-playing" cut-off point, mostly thanks to online golem battles - but even as the only RPG out for the system it's hard to argue that it's worth the asking price. If you absolutely must get your hands on a next-generation RPG now, give it a shot, but don't be surprised if these Arms feel weak.
jkdmediaApr 03, 2007
Enchanted Arms is a decent RPG that – while filled with repetition and scavenger hunt annoyances – has reached a higher level of quality than any other first-gen RPG released for PSone, PS2, GameCube, or the original Xbox. (First-gen are the games released within the first 6-8 months of a console’s release.) Its flaws prevent it from being recommended as a purchase, but anyone who enjoys RPGs is encouraged to play it. The game is just as strange and flashy as it looks – but among that weirdness is a game that’s pretty darn fun.
6.50
GREG MILLERApr 03, 2007
Enchanted Arms is a slightly above-average RPG at best. Yes, it's the first role-player to feature traditional turn-based combat on the PS3, but there are so many shortcomings to the actual game that I can only recommend the $60 investment to the hardest of hardcore RPG fans. There's nothing here that stands out. You've done it all before.

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