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This game WAS released. I remember having played it way back in the past, like 1999 or something. I had a N64 and my brother borrowed the game in exchange for SSB. Not that it was a good game, though. Neither was the exchange, but that's another story.
There was a second Xena game planned, but it was supposed to be an adventure game, not a fighting game like this one. I've removed the "cancelled" category from this article. CardinalFangZERO 06:21, 27 March 2006 (UTC)
The adventure game was for Playstation. I'll create an article for it. Ace of Sevens 14:56, 10 June 2006 (UTC)
Yep, but it also going to be for N64 as well, but that version was scrapped. CardinalFangZERO 20:15, 4 July 2006 (UTC)
I don't think so. The only source I can find for this is IGN, who ran a speculative article about Titus developing a Xena adventure game. It seems the game they were refering to was actually the Hercules game released in 2000. Other than vague statements from Titus about their plans for the Xena franchise when they bought the rights, there's no evidence a Xena adventure game for N64 was ever in development. There were adventure game based on both licenses for Game Boy Color, but I can't find any evidence they were released. No major outlets seem to have reviewed them, though there is info on GameFAQs, so it's possible they were completed, but never released and the ROMs were leaked. I wanted to write articles about them, but I wasn't able to get solid information and didn't want to just publish speculation. Does anyone have more info about these? Ace of Sevens 20:53, 4 July 2006 (UTC)
There was a game that was supposed to be released on the N64 after TOF. It was not a sequel this game, though. It was supposed to be the second part to the Hercules 64 game released by Titus games. The Hercules game was released, but the Xena sequel (which was supposed to have tie-ins to the Hercules game) was not released. Assumable it could be do to the lack of popularity in the first game or the failure of the other Xena games (ie. sales). 126.96.36.199 20:19, 5 April 2007 (UTC)