Xena: Warrior Princess: The Talisman of Fate

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Xena: Warrior Princess:
The Talisman of Fate
Developer(s)Saffire Corporation
Publisher(s)Titus Software
Designer(s)Steven H. Taylor
Walter Park
Alan Tew
Composer(s)Eric Nunamaker
Platform(s)Nintendo 64
  • NA: December 14, 1999[1]
  • PAL: December 17, 1999
Mode(s)Single-player, multiplayer

Xena: Warrior Princess: The Talisman of Fate is a fighting video game. It was released on the Nintendo 64. The game was created by Saffire and published by Titus Software. It is based on the Xena: Warrior Princess television series.[2][1]

Description[change | change source]

It seems that Xena and Despair (the Champion of Dahak) have both said the Talisman of Fate belongs to them. Whoever controls it will have power over all of mankind. Because of this, Xena does not want it to belong to someone who would do bad things with it. A battle takes place, but the Fates themselves decide that the only way to who should have the talisman is to have a tournament. Each of Earth's greatest heroes and villains will fight in the tournament.

Game play[change | change source]

Up to four people can play. Each player controls one of the many characters from the series and tries to beat everyone else with punches, kicks, and many special moves. Xena has her sword, the Chakram, and a torch that lets her breathe fire; Gabrielle has her staff, some very good kicks, and a meditation-into-projectile attack. The game is 3D.

Characters[change | change source]

  • Xena
  • Gabrielle
  • Autolycus
  • Joxer
  • Caesar
  • Ares
  • Velasca
  • Lao Ma
  • Callisto
  • Ephiny
  • Despair

References[change | change source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Matt Casamassina (1999-12-07). "Xena: Warrior Princess -- The Talisman of Fate". IGN. Retrieved 2008-04-19.
  2. Doug Trueman (1999-12-20). "Xena: Warrior Princess". GameSpot. Retrieved 2008-04-19.

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