User review spotlight: Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar (DOS)
From the Intro, Guards are mean this time
From the Intro
You can't stay there for long Snake!
Maybe there are items up here
Your USP has a light
He he, he is not going to find me !
Strange Uniform !
Main Menu (Tanker Episode)
After you finish the game, you play as Raiden or Snake against main bosses.
Yup, these soldiers surely have a good taste, as you can find nice women pictures on every corner.
Your girlfriend (she'll be your save-game host).
Incoming choppers (soldiers coming to overtake the Big Shell).
When you render unconscious an enemy soldier, you can move him away from visible spot (ie. toss him into locker).
Leaning against the wall will give you very effective camera angle for sneaking.
You can even put asleep seagulls (yup, this game has highly developed detail and freedom of choices level).
Giving a name to your character (typical for japanese games).
Entering the Big Shell compound.
Snake got caught by the probe.
Shootout with Olga on the tanker.
You can switch between first-person and top-down perspective at any time.
Although this is an action-espionage, the game's filled with long dialogues.
Even snake can be caught by a surprise.
But... Snake doesn't shot women, does he? ;)
Hmmm, looks like the entire crew onboard has been killed...
Raiden and Snake doing some team work.
Swimming with Emma on your back.
Alpha Team, sent in to rescue the president... soon to be gone forever.
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