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Commodore User (Sep, 1988)
Even though for the most part, the graphics are quite basic and the scrolling just a bit jerky, the Vixen herself has supposedly been digitised and as such the animation as she runs and crawls is really quite effective. (...) Rolling Thunder, Vixen and Thundercats all offer the same kind of thing. Vixen deserves to be your last choice because of its stupid sexism.
Amiga Computing (Oct, 1988)
I'm afraid to say that Vixen is all hype and very dull gameplay, and completely unimpressive technically. The packaging claims a "game beyond imagination in a world beyond belief." Substitute "without" for "beyond" and you'll be closer to the truth.
ACE (Advanced Computer Entertainment) (Aug, 1988)
This sideways scrolling whip-em-up's got nothing original to offer and it's doubtful you'll be playing it in a year's time.
Zzap! (Nov, 1988)
A totally unoriginal collect'em up with nothing at all to get in a lather about.