User review spotlight: Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar (DOS)

Enemy Zero

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Platforms
MobyRank MobyScore
SEGA Saturn
74
3.8
Windows
49
4.0

Trivia

Development

The game was originally envisioned for the PlayStation, but it was eventually moved to the Saturn.

Music

The game music was done by the minimalist English composer Michael Nyman. The songs were recorded at the Abbey Road studio, known for The Beatles.

Special edition

There was an edition of the Saturn version limited to 20 copies that cost about 2,000 per piece. Although nothing was different about the release itself, it was hand-delivered by Kenji Eno at your home.

Voice acting

Jill Cunniff, singer/songwriter/bassist for the band Luscious Jackson provided the voice for Laura in the English versions. Since Laura remains mute throughout the game itself (as in D) you will only hear Jill's contributions in the brief "story so far" summary when loading your game from the voice recorder.

Information alos contributed by BurningStickMan

Contributed by Sciere (268713) on Aug 13, 2008. [revised by : Patrick Bregger (115733)]. -- edit trivia