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Enchanted Arms (2006)

[eM] -eNCHANT arM- (original title)
Atsuma, Makoto, and Toya are students at the Enchanter's University in Yokohama City. At the university, they study to become enchanters, while learning about topics such as the man-made ... See full summary »

Director:

Masato Miyazaki

Writers:

Kazuhiro Hamatani (scenario writer), Kaito Seta | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Ryô Hirohashi Ryô Hirohashi ... Yuki
Daisuke Kishio ... Atsuma
Eizô Tsuda Eizô Tsuda ... Caliban
Kenjirô Tsuda ... Raigar
Kana Ueda Kana Ueda ... Karin
Johnny Hawkes ... Atsuma (voice)
Liam O'Brien ... Makoto (voice)
Alan Shearman ... Caliban (voice)
David Lodge ... Oboro (voice)
Karen Strassman ... Sayaka (voice)
Kirk Thornton ... Kou (voice)
Michael McConnohie ... Josei / Narrator (voice)
Michael Sorich ... Tokimune (voice)
Peggy O'Neal ... Yuki (voice)
Amanda Winn Lee ... Karin (voice)
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Atsuma, Makoto, and Toya are students at the Enchanter's University in Yokohama City. At the university, they study to become enchanters, while learning about topics such as the man-made golems that populate the world. Although powerful self-aware golems fought each other and laid waste to the land 1000 years ago during the Golem Wars, golems in the modern era serve mankind. One day, while the three are skipping class to attend a local festival, an apparent earthquake occurs. Additionally, the golems in the area appear to have gone berserk and are now attacking people. Rushing back to the university, the three find that things are in chaos, and that the mysterious sealed ward had been opened. While seeking to discover what has happened, the trio meet up with the Queen of Ice, a golem sealed long ago, and thus begins the main tale of Enchanted Arms. Written by H2Yo

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Country:

Japan

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 August 2006 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

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For the US version, voice actor Johnny Hawkes was the only voice actor to be credited for the English voices. All the remaining English voice actors were uncredited due to union and Screen Actors Guild reasons. See more »

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Pretty, but not beautiful
5 January 2008 | by jordan-ownsSee all my reviews

I believe this game has some potential, but it wouldn't really be called the best RPG on the PS3. It does compare to titles such as Final Fantasy and Rouge Galaxy, but it no where near compares to games such as Oblivion and PS Universe. If you have played Final Fantasy Tactics, they have similar battle systems. It is grid based battling, where each take turns picking the characters to move and when moving them, picking where to strike on the opponents side of the grid. Much like Battleship, really, except you can see your opponents pieces, and they can see yours. The graphics aren't a big step from PS2 to PS3, or Xbox to Xbox 360, although you will find the graphics amazing if you had just switched from last gen to current gen gaming, if you own games such as Oblivion and Assassins Creed(With the incredible graphics), you will not find these graphics to be very special or even good, for that matter. If you get this game, you will probably get in about 80 hours before continuing on to a different game. You may want to be aware, if you are against homosexuals, be warned, because there is a female in this game, sort of trapped inside a males body, meaning he is a homosexual. A cross dresser, is a better word for it. And he expresses his homosexuality with pride, which does not bother me, but may offend some.


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