Fighting Fantasy: Talisman of Death Mini Trailer and a Contest


Fighting Fantasy: Talisman of Death brings the original 16 millon sold, Fantasy Role-Playing Gamebook series to the PSN. For true Dice rolling RPG fans, this look pretty good.

The once peaceful world of Orb is in terrible danger. Dark forces are at work to unleash the awesome might of the Evil One. Your mission is to destroy the Talisman of Death before the dark lord’s minions reach you. But beware! Time is running out…

This PSN-exclusive version of Fighting Fantasy: Talisman of Death also features a Tarot Card character generation system, and the classic dice-rolling rule set you know and love, with optional all-new Battle and Test Your Luck systems for bold adventurers to explore.

The intuitive Inventory system and an all-new Log Book help you easily track your progress through Orb’s magical world, make this the perfect way to relive this classic series.

Go forth, brave adventurer!

They are also doing a great giveaway here for:

The star prize is the Fighting Fantasy: Talisman of Death book which we used when creating the Fighting Fantasy: Talisman of Death PlayStation Mini still containing the dev notes and which has been signed by Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone. This unique prize gives you a fascinating look into the creation of the Fighting Fantasy: Talisman of Death PlayStation Mini. The winner will also receive an exclusive set of three A4 Fighting Fantasy: Talisman of Death posters signed by Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone.

Good Luck


Written by: Oly - Senior PR Manager


  1. #1 by Pedro on August 19th, 2011 [ 39949 Points ]

    Interesting mini, reminds me of the old times when I played pen & paper AD&D, I entered their contest, hope it’s a world wide one ;p

    Might be the first mini I pick up.

  2. #2 by EdEN on August 19th, 2011 [ 142716 Points ]

    Does seem like an interesting game and having it on PSN and PSP is great! Looking forward to the chance to review it!

  3. #3 by premiersoupir on August 20th, 2011 [ 17020 Points ]

    You know, I’m with @Pedro: This could be one of the exceptionally rare minis that might make any sense to me. If it’s pen & paper D&D that one is trying to play on one’s PS3, then one can forgive the lack of graphical quality. All we really need is text.

  4. #4 by EdEN on August 20th, 2011 [ 142716 Points ]

    @premiersoupir: Indeed. We need more old school games! I’m having a lot of fun playing Wizardry: labyrinth of lost souls and this game seems to me like a great game to review right after I’m done (102 hours and loving it!).


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