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Thousand Arms Movie

Thousand Arms was developed by Red Company and is now about a month away from being released in the U.S. thanks to Atlus' translation. This RPG/Dating Sim will feature unique game play and a new style that might set a new precedent for RPGs.

One of those unique aspects happen to be the opening video where Atlus has opted to keep the original Japanese singing performed by Ayumi Hamasaki. Aside from having a great song, the video features well choreographed anime with many of the characters and beautiful scenery.

To download this video or watch the real video file, click here. If you would rather just hear the theme song, we also have a real audio file for you to listen to.

It's not of much importance, but we also scanned the front and back of the demo sleeve so you can see a much bigger image than what was previously posted. There is also an art picture inside the sleeve, but I didn't feel like ripping mine apart to bring it to you ^_^.

This is as close as you'll get to actually having the demo so if you want to see more, I suggest going out and pre-ordering Thousand Arms so you aren't just staring at these images :)

Worry not as this is just the beginning of our Thousand Arms coverage. We will be brining you more movies, screen shots, and music as the week progresses.

Date Updated:
August 17th, 1999

Time Updated:
9:28 PM


Stahn Mahn

Related Links:
  •   Atlus' Homepage
  •   Thousand Arms Japanese Pics
  •   Thousand Arms Wallpaper


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