User review spotlight: Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar (DOS)
The game's title screen
If the game is paused at the title screen and the player does not press the START button, a demonstration match commences
The game's main menu
These are the game's configuration options
The tutorial consists of twenty-one screens of information such as this. All useful stuff but there's no chance to practice anything
The start of a World Tournament. The first setup screen offers the player(s) a choice of difficulty. This screen is where the player(s) chooses their team from the six available
This is a single player game. The player is the USA and the computer is Japan. It takes a little while for the game to load so the player is left looking at this
The game is loaded and ready to start. The top of the screen shows the health of the players, the bottom of the screen shows the teams' progress towards triggering their special move
A game in progress. Japan has the ball. The blue arrow indicates their target
It's Game Over for the USA. All four of their players have been eliminated, USA Lose
It's Game Over for the USA. All four of the opposing players have been eliminated, USA win
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