User review spotlight: Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar (DOS)
Briefing before 1st mission
Explosion under water
Total battle mess
Planes with bombs
Anchors on chains
The narrow, dangerous road between rockets
Intro Shot 1: Only the Saturn version features a full-motion intro.
Intro shot 2: Some really cheesy enemy subs!
Intro shot 3: Dolphins!
Intro shot 4: Damn the torpedoes!
The title screen.
Stage 1 "intro" screen.
Here's your mission.
Shooting some subs early in the game.
The large ships look awesome, and can be destroyed in chunks.
Mmmm - explosions!
The ice cannons are annoying, as they don't destroy you right away - just freeze you in place (so other enemies can finish you off)
Almost done with level 1.
First boss arrives!
Fighting the boss.
Level 2 takes place in shallow waters.
Looking at these screenshots makes it obvious that the game was made by the same people who made Metal Slug.
Also, just like in Metal Slug, the animation in this game is silky-smooth.
Let's see if we can derail this train!
Level 3 is entirely vertical. You are being chased by this rock giant.
This brick wall section is a truely impressive show of 2D powers of any system.
This boss battle is not about shooting, but staying alive long enough.
A very, very pretty level 3.
These larger submarines are a pain in the ass to destroy.
My submarine is covered by a shield. "My hovercraft is full of eels!"
Blasting my way through a submerged building.
Game Over, man!
Top 10 Ranking.
Attack the cannon.
Facing the first end-of-level boss.
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