The title screen
The game starts out on a slightly whiny note.
TA is full of moments like this.
Ahh, Triumph family - 7 generations of perverts.
Thousand Arms never fails to entertain with its dialogue.
The real-time 3D graphics are still pretty impressive to this day.
Many of the game's little areas are rendered with a lot of love and care.
The portraits are animated with almost FMV quality. Just excellent.
This crowd smoothly animates as it approaches Meis.
An excellent full motion opening follows.
Ayumi Hamasaki's "Depend on you" song perfectly sets the mood for this lighthearted adventure.
More intro shots.
Don't be confused - the samurai in the foreground is male: )
The game is full of weird, yes so likable characters.
The game often gives you a choice of answer, both of them are often pretty silly.
The voice-acting quality is absolutely outstanding.
Atlus' localization quality in TA is totally awesome. Eat your heart out Working Designs.
MP provided by Elemental Spirits is necessary to forge better weapons.
Oh, Meis - your perverted antics never get old. EVER!
Character status screen
Traversing the overworld.
Entrance to the abandoned mine
Inside the mine.
Game's only weakness - the combat system
Despite its good looks, the battle system is boring and shallow.
At least the enemy design is nice.
Strangely enough, there is a guy living deep in the mine!
Your first encounter with Save Damashi.
Fighting the first boss. He's a pushover.
Done killing the Blade crab!