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Xin Xianjian Qixia Zhuan (Windows)

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Xin Xianjian Qixia Zhuan is a remake of the Chinese (Taiwanese) role-playing game Xianjian Qixia Zhuan.

The remake preserves the story, dialogues, battle system, and overall graphical style of the original. Certain conversations and story sequences have been expanded or added, including two alternate hidden endings to the story. Some of the dungeons have a different (sometimes slightly simplified) design. Instead of simple 2D backgrounds and character sprites, the remake utilizes pre-rendered backgrounds and small 3D character models, similarly to the second installment of the series.


Xin Xianjian Qixia Zhuan Windows Lin Yueru has already cast her attack-all spell, as you can deduce from the lines on the ground. And now, it's Li Xiaoyao's turn to devastate the enemy!
Xin Xianjian Qixia Zhuan Windows You visit a Chinese brothel and disturb the guest who is ready for action
Xin Xianjian Qixia Zhuan Windows Ling'er casts a spell on the pesky tree
Xin Xianjian Qixia Zhuan Windows Ling'er summons a god to fight this female black Miao warrior

Alternate Titles

  • "新仙劍奇俠傳" -- Chinese spelling (traditional)
  • "新仙剑奇侠传" -- Chinese spelling (simplified)
  • "The Magic Sword & The Chivalrous Youngsters (New)" -- Popular title
  • "New Chinese Paladin" -- Popular title
  • "New Chinese Love Story" -- Popular title
  • "Legend of Sword and Fairies" -- Popular title

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Chinese RPG romance with awkward gameplay אולג 小奥 (171813) 3.67 Stars3.67 Stars3.67 Stars3.67 Stars3.67 Stars

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There are two different editions of this game; one comes in a box with traditional hand-drawn characters designed on it, while the other has a cover with photos of the actors who played in the TV series based on the game ("Chinese Paladin"). There is no other difference between the two editions except the cover.

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  • L.S.F. English Project (Jacky Waiss and his team are working on an unofficial English translation for the game.)
אולג 小奥 (171813) added Xin Xianjian Qixia Zhuan (Windows) on Sep 30, 2005