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Thousand Arms Revisited!

Thousand Arms brings gamers more than just a unique and solid gaming experience. It also brings some good extras! We take a look at the Multimedia CD which adds to Atlus' splendid work in the translation and voice acting for this title. This CD has 40 tracks of music, including the extended track version of the opening song. With a running time of 54 minutes, you'd think that would be enough, but Atlus crammed more into the CD by adding a computer application with character profiles, voice clips, screen savers, and a desktop theme! All you have to do to get all of this is pay the good people at Atlus 2 bucks for shipping (of course you have to buy the game too, but I bet you knew that). That's 8 quarters, 20 dimes, 40 nickels, or 200 pennies (or any combination thereof). But remember, Atlus wants it in check form.....not 10 pounds of coins! :P

So, without further ado, here are 8 screen shots from the PC application. See them here!

We also have 8 packaging scans, which include the box and all the goodies inside! View that and the demo scans here!

In case that's not enough for you (you demanding, relentless RPG audience, you ^_^), we still have 96 screen shots, 11 pieces of artwork, and 8 wallpaper designs from previous updates!

Date Updated:
October 23rd, 1999

Time Updated:
8:23 PM


Stahn Mahn

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