An RPG developed by Creator/FromSoftware and released in 2006 for the UsefulNotes/{{Xbox 360}} and ported to the UsefulNotes/PlayStation3 in 2007. It tells the story of Atsuma, a student at Yokohama's Enchanter's University, where students learn the art of enchanting, and the history of the Golems and the Golem War.

One day, Atsuma and his friends Toya and Makoto skip their afternoon classes to attend the annual Yokohama City Festival, which celebrates the peace that was gained after the Golem War. During the festival, several of the Golems go berserk and cause a riot. Atsuma and his friends return to the university and enter the Sealed Ward, which has been unsealed, and find the Queen of Ice, a Devil Golem from the Golem War with regeneration powers.

During the battle, Atsuma's arm, which has the power to negate enchantments, transforms him into something that can negate the Queen's regeneration power. During the battle, Makoto is presumably killed, Toya is kidnapped, the Queen destroys Yokohama City, and Atsuma wakes up in a prison in London City.

Since it was one of the first next-gen [=RPGs=], it received reviews that ranged between the 60 and 80% grades, making it a slightly above-average title. It features a pretty unique grid-based battle system, which allows for four party members, area attacks, elemental based attacks, and you can also create your own Golems to fight with you.

List of major characters:
* IdiotHero Atsuma
* SmartGuy Toya
* CampGay Makoto
* RebelliousPrincess Karin
* TheStoic Raigar
* BountyHunter Yuki

!! ''Enchanted Arms'' contains examples of:

* AbsoluteCleavage: The Queen of Ice.
* AmuletOfConcentratedAwesome: Atsuma fulfills this trope by having the right arm of the Devil.
* AwesomeButImpractical: Unfortunately, most of the Golems fall into this due to either taking up too much space on the battlefield or having a low VP count. [[BonusBoss Bonus Boss]] Omega certainly does qualify.
* BabiesEverAfter: [[spoiler: Sayaka and Raigar.]]
* BadassAdorable: One of the most powerful golems in the game looks like a small group of gumdrops.
%%* BlindIdiotTranslation: "My name is Queen of Ice."
* BonusBoss: Omega, who has all stats maxed, including [[HitPoints HP]], and ThatOneAttack that drops ''your'' HitPoints down to 1. Thankfully it rarely follows up with a fatal attack, so you usually have a chance to recover.
* BookEnds: The game begins and ends at the annual Yokohama Festival
* BrainwashedAndCrazy: Toya after [[spoiler: being hijacked and used as a Magicore by the Queen of Ice.]]
* BrokenAce: [[spoiler: Toya, the best Enchanter and most intelligent person in Yokohama, is taken and used as a Magicore for a Devil Golem. It takes Atsuma and ThePowerOfFriendship to get him out of it, effectively breaking his "I can do anything by myself" IneffectualLoner status.]]
* CainAndAbel: Raigar and Ooka
* CampGay: Makoto is an openly gay person.
* CatchPhrase: Toya has a habit of saying "If I recall correctly" when explaining something or just showing off how intelligent he is.
* CostumePorn: You can tell if someone is important if they have a painfully elaborate (and often times symmetrical) outfit.
* DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment: Tying in with FailureIsTheOnlyOption and BreadEggsBreadedEggs, the answers to the apple juice quiz in the first part of the game are "Apple Juice", "Juice made from Apples", and "Apples as Juice".
* DieLaughing: Professor Kou laughs after telling Atsuma about his actions before dying.
* DiscOneFinalBoss: [[spoiler:The Queen of Ice may have been defeated by Atsuma. But all there is left is Infinity]].
* DistantFinale: The epilogue takes place during a Yokohama Festival far enough in the future that Yokohama has been rebuilt.
* DudeWheresMyRespect: Atsuma gets very little respect from the other members of the party (mainly Karin).
* ElementalRockPaperScissors: The six elements in the game are Fire and Water, Wind and Earth, and Light and Dark. No surprise there.
* EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses: Karin is actually the princess of London City.
* {{Expy}}: The Queen of Ice is basically [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVIII Edea]] if she were a SummonMagic Guardian Force instead of mind-controlled human being.
* FailureIsTheOnlyOption: A number of quests in the early game force Atsuma to fail to collect the Macguffin, so Toya can show how great he is.
* FinalBoss: [[spoiler:Infinity becomes this by the game's end]].
* FlunkyBoss: The Queen of Ice
* GlassCannon: The joke weapons for the characters have their primary attack stats nearly as good as the ultimate weapons, stronger in Raigar's case, but also come with an enormous hp and ep nerf.
* HeKnowsAboutTimedHits: Atsuma takes the trope to new levels by having to be ''taught how to use ladders.''
* HeroicBSOD: Atsuma goes through a brief one when he realizes that Kou used him for his experiments and that Atsuma killed several people with his arm.
* HotBlooded: Atsuma, to the extreme, especially if Golems are involved.
* HundredPercentCompletion
* IdiotHero: Atsuma. Chances are you've met ''bricks'' that could outwit him.
* ImprobableWeaponUser: Makoto's Saxophone. Later, he trades it in for... [[KillerYoyo a bladed yo-yo]].
* KickChick: Karin's fighting style primarily relies on kicks. Her "weapons" are really just boots.
%%* LaResistance
* LethalChef: Karin, almost literally.
** It's even so horrible to look at that it's covered with a mosaic censor!
** It's the only thing Raigar is actually scared of. That says something.
* LittleMissBadass: Yuki is hardcore in lifestyle and probably never hits puberty.
* MadScientist: Professor Kou
* {{Magitek}}: Golems in general are this. They're vaguely robotic but clearly magical.
* MarathonBoss: The Emperor of Earth, as well as Bonus Boss Omega and [[spoiler: Infinity.]]
* {{Mons}}: Golems. Unfortunately, it's usually better to fill your party with all four humans, which makes the golems pretty but mostly useless.
* ObviouslyEvil: It's supposed to be a surprise that Professor Kou is an evil MadScientist who doesn't care about the lives of the students at Enchant University. Unfortunately, he couldn't look any more stereotypically evil if he tried.
** It really says something when the man has a ''demon face'' stitched into the shoulder of his sleeve.
* PaperThinDisguise: CampGay Makoto disguises himself as the manly MysteriousProtector "Mystery Man", IdiotHero Atsuma is fooled completely. Even after he switches back to his old voice. Players? Not so much.
* RandomEncounters: Oh so very many random encounters.
* RedOniBlueOni: Atsuma and Toya fit this trope almost perfectly, even down to elemental type. Toya is calm and composed, while Atsuma is passionate and direct.
* RedRightHand: Taken literally with Atsuma's enchanted arm, CursedWithAwesome which has the power to drain magic and freaks everyone out.
* ScarsAreForever: Kou has purple scars on his face.
* SequentialBoss: Infinity.
* ShoutOut: Various golems in the Xbox version of the game are drawn from previous From Software titles, including ''Otogi'' and ''VideoGame/MetalWolfChaos''.
** You even get to fight Michael Wilson, though his suit is now "Executor" instead of "Metal Wolf". You do get to hear him yell out "RICHARRRRRRDDDDDD!!!!!"
** "All of this is meaningless, like a Midsummer Night's Dream."
** A lot of the Golems have mythological shout-outs. Cerebus, Poisedon, Orpheaus...
* StarCrossedLovers: Raigar and Sayaka: He invaded her village, which could put a serious strain on ''any'' relationship.
* TrueCompanions: A fairly standard group, used as a point of contrast with IneffectualLoner Toya trying to do everything by himself.
* WellIntentionedExtremist: Kou wanted to revive the technology from the Golem War and used Atsuma to study the information.
* WhatTheHellHero: Atsuma delivers an extremely satisfying one to Yuki after meeting up in the frozen wasteland of what was once Yokohama.
--> '''Atsuma:''' "I'm telling you to shut the hell up. Look at what happened to Yokohama, and you're still going on about hunting?! That's just so lame even if you are joking!"
* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: Queen of Ice does this to Kou after Atsuma defeats him.