User review spotlight: Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar (DOS)
The game's title screen. This follows the usual display of company logos and stays on screen while the game loads.
One pixel may have been lost as a result of playing via an emulator.
Before the game starts it checks the player's memory cards. Quite a bit of space is needed for a save game
The game's main menu
The game can be played with the default 'Agent Sterling' profile, as is being done here, or the player can create a new one. The next screen is where the player selects the difficulty level.
There's a long and rather good animated sequence that sets the story. Sterling has been captured and the guy at this desk is organising a rescue
There's a long and rather good animated sequence that sets the story. Here the captured agent is being tortured. This is quite graphic
There's a long and rather good animated sequence that sets the story. Here the animation has ended. Meet Kim. She's just woken Sterling up and they are about to escape
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