User review spotlight: Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar (DOS)
Lara Croft in the introduction sequence
The beginning location and tutorial
One of many loading screens
Climbing up on the rooftops...
Peering around a corner...
A conversation with one of the games characters
Lara wanders the streets of Paris...
Now which way should I go here?
Lara climbing a ladder
Lasers? oh great, what did I touch...
You'll have to do some platform jumping in a night club
One of the game menus
The hand icon means I can perform an action, or talk to someone...
Moving valves so I can crawl through the opening
Uh oh, I lit some stuff on fire...now what?
Any respectable art museum should have a laser security system to get past...
Stuffs blowing up, and Lara's trying to get out of the way!
Beginning Load Screen
Title Screen - Notice the Version Number at bottom left
Keyboard Controls you can customize
Lara starts her adventure here and walks you through the basic actions in this "training" level
In Stealth mode, Lara can peak around corners.
Weapons & Items screens are similar - accessed with the Tab key by default.
One of the many "load area" screens
Conversation with this woman is enlightening.
Using the hand-over-hand technique
The streets of Paris
A Parisian hooker - one of many NPCs Lara will meet
Map of Paris - unfortunately there is no "true" in-game map.
In the pawn shop, sell some of your valuable items for cash.
Lara shimmies across, holding onto a ledge or, in this case, a pipe.
Graphics bugs pop up occasionally. Notice her leg is extended to the edge of the screen.
Crossing this laser-protected room is tricky
Lara learns more inside an office in the Louvre
Careful jumping to and from platforms! Save..save..save
Discover ancient rooms deep below the surface of the earth
Lara in her 2nd outfit
You want me to go where? Yeah ... right!
During cutscenes, you'll see her in different angles.
Finally you get to spend some of your money.
Lara and Kurtis meet under not so friendly terms
The Proto Nephilim
Ouch ... get that tentacle out of my stomach!
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