User review spotlight: Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar (DOS)
Title screen. 320x200 is the game's default resolution
Level introduction on the loading screen
The intro is a pre-rendered full-motion video
This is where you begin
A zombie appears!
Flame gun, hehehe!..
Choose the episode. You can switch to a higher resolution...
Using your voodoo doll to hurt enemies
A creepy entrance to a creepy place...
Grim atmosphere is felt everywhere in the game
The hall of tortured souls
One of the stages is a moving train! Enjoy the view, and... well... throw some dynamite
This level is a spooky carnival show!
The skull that kills
Charming pun, right?..
Tommy gun against a gargoyle!
Note the detailed, inspiring - though dark and sometimes depressing - art
"Follow the map mode" is quite helpful sometimes
It was a snowy day in the town. Various guys tried to kill me. I fried one of them with a futuristic weapon
Setting people on fire... you can choose to do it, you can choose not to...
A mysterious mansion lied ahead... brooding weather adds to the atmosphere
Yuck! I knew I'll have to face something like this in a first-person shooter
Later in the game those crazy leaping hell dogs will become a common enemy
One of the indoor levels of the third episode. Note the very detailed art on the wall
Doctor, I think these patients are getting worse...
Everything is on fire - myself, the corpses of my enemies... and the purple glow envelops us all...
A deceptively quiet village. A zombie is looking for something near the house; another has been just killed by me. Power-up is nearby
A cozy scene with a small house in a forest
Wee! Blowing up stuff with a rocket launcher
The funeral morgue
Later levels have a more condensed "hellish" feeling. Just look at the sky...
Bigger explosions await you
Later levels will also become more "organic" - the fourth episode is mostly about such crazy places
Select your difficulty level with colorful names, with a spooky graveyard in the background!
The help screen is very funny! The poor guy will be attacked by various monsters while you learn how to play the game...
One of the stages starts on a boat! You take out your revolver and just admire the gorgeous, dark view...
Above the snake pit in E1L4
There are many funny ads. You see crazy (and probably innocent) people running or standing about. And you admire the nice bullet effect...
Stone gargoyles are worthy foes
"Look ma! I'm on fire!"
On a pirate ship, with a double-barrel shotgun, looking at a typical "can't open because I don't have the corresponding key" door, and some TNT in front...
Duke Nukem's cameo appearance!
You can swim if you want, and dive as well! And you'll see who lives in the water!
A typical day in Blood - a shop with women (mannequins?), posters, dead bodies, and a maniacal cultist throwing dynamite at me! You can even see the dynamite in this shot!
Welcome to the land of fat balding zombies!.. Note how you can change the amount of visible interface
The hall of Cerberus
When I first saw this, I was very close to... err... soil my pants!
Re-light my fire! And yes, this higher resolution is supported!
A nice painting...
A place from the movie "Se7en"
Cougar and D'arc´s Pandemonium Show.. it´s sure looks funny...
'No Zombies Allowed'? My God, that is so awful!
Cerberus and Tchernobog duke it out
What Blood game would be complete without a horror reference ? Here is something from H. P. Lovecraft's 'The Shadow Over Innsmouth'.
Dual flame guns
Sorry, I don't take requests
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