Embark on a journey across continents in the Role Playing Game, Victim of Xen. Follow Will as he becomes a victim of circumstance, after the frivolous royal witch, Xen, turns him into a girl.Read full description
Embark on a journey across continents in the Role Playing Game, Victim of Xen. Follow Will as he becomes a victim of circumstance, after the frivolous royal witch, Xen, turns him into a girl. As you search of a way to reverse the spell, you'll get pulled into something much more treacherous. Explore a dynamic story set in a rich world full of war and intrigue, with a dash of quirkiness. Fight monsters, complete jobs to earn coin, and get ready for adventure!
Can you reverse the spell?
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Short, easy and fun, albeit by the book too much. Would love to see the developer explore the various theme inside the game more, playing safe is just... well, safe. Convoluted storyline while characters, especially side ones, are under-developed. It's more of the genre's fault though, JRPG tends to leave story bits and pieces all over the place and doesn't come together till the last moment, and characters are walking cliches as always. But somehow, the game still bring a smile to my face whenever I play, an unexplainable charm that weaves various things together for a fun ride while it lasts. Contains some grammar errors, but less than a dozen or so. Just a small clarification for people who are nit picky about this kind of stuff. Grinding is not required, which is a plus for me. Note about the achievement: "strongest" weapon is more like 3rd or 4th while requires 2-handed usage.
Victim of Xen is a RPG game made with the RPGMaker program, with similarities to the grandfather of RPG games (I'm of course referring to the Final Fantasy series). A good storyline, decent fighting mechanics and unique enough characters (although you might recognize a few if you've played other RPGmaker games). The content is pretty good, taking me about 6 hours to fully complete the game. With many different locations to visit and some unique characters to talk to, so you'll not be too bored when travelling around. There are side quests to accompany the main mission, just not that many to make a strong impact on you. Expect to be lost a few times when you begin, as there are few indication as to what you should be doing. There aren't any mechanics made to memorize what your current objective is, so remember to read all the chat you see. Leveling is simple enough, get enough experience and you level up, with stat bonuses automatically calculated and awarded to you. However, leveling doesn't occur many times, and level 10 is considered a high level to reach. Money is important to get the best weapons, but there are methods to grind enough to get end-game gear. One gripe I have is the ending, which i felt to be quite lackluster. The ending is sudden, and doesn't quite give the player that sense of completion you feel from playing, as if there still things that should still happen. Overall a decent game to be made by the RPGMaker program, just don't expect too much from it.
This game is very funny and not real. if I tell the truth I do not know what is going on there, and it is fun. Always when I play this game I'm calling from friends and laugh at such things as "this house is greater than the figures!" and then just laugh. It's a pretty old game but I think to amuse some good. Personally, I would have not bought it but would like to thank Greenman through which I have the game ... it was a welcome pack. my rate 8/10 (Fun is fun)
A fun and simple Japanese style RPG made using RPG Maker. The artwork and resources are all samples from RPG Maker itself, but have been put together in what is a reasonably fun RPG. The story itself starts a little cheesy but the stakes manage to rise a little to make the story engaging. The developer is also very active in regards to updates and customer support - fixing any bugs found as soon as possible. It's a cheap game and should be considered by anyone who enjoys the genre. Overall, an innoffensive game that will pass the time.
RPGMaker games are pretty big right now, and this one doesn't really do anything to stand out from the pack. It's fun in the same way all of the old-school RPGs are - slaughter your way through enemies to grind up your level, talk to all the NPCs for little bits of story, silly dialogue, or (most often) no point at all, and - in this game - try to make yourself a guy again. On the good side, the game isn't really misogynistic, as I feared it might be - the main character just wants to go back to his own gender, and there isn't really anything to say that being a woman is WORSE, just not who he is inside. On the negative side, it also doesn't use the setting to say anything at all. In the end, it's pretty much just a light, fluffy, old-school RPG to kill some time and not much else.
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