The Legend of Sword and Fairy

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"Chinese Paladin" redirects here. For the first game in series, see The Legend of Sword and Fairy (video game). For the TV series based on the first game, see Chinese Paladin (TV series).
The Legend of Sword and Fairy
Genres Role-playing
Developers Softstar
Publishers Softstar
Creators Yao Zhuangxian
Platforms DOS, Windows, Sega Saturn, iOS, Browser
Platform of origin DOS
Year of inception 1995
First release The Legend of Sword and Fairy
July 7, 1995
Latest release Chinese Paladin 6
July 8, 2015

The Legend of Sword and Fairy (traditional Chinese: 仙劍奇俠傳; simplified Chinese: 仙剑奇侠传; pinyin: XiānjiànQíXiáZhuán), also known as Chinese Paladin, is a game/media franchise created by Yao Zhuangxian (姚壯憲), and is developed by Taiwanese company Softstar. The franchise centers on a series of Chinese mythology-based role-playing video games, but also includes two live-action TV series adapted from the games. The eponymous first game in the series is published by Softstar's "Crazy Boyz" team (狂徒創作群) in 1995, and became both a commercial and critical success, and multiple sequels has been spawned due to its popularity. The video game series has since branched into other genres such as business simulation games and MMORPGs. It was regarded as one of the most iconic Chinese RPGs ever made.[1]

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