User review spotlight: Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar (DOS)
Main Title/Main Menu
Leon S. Kennedy, not a rookie cop from RE2 anymore, but an agent hired to find and rescue the president's daughter
These guys gave you a lift but they're not going with you... which is unfortunate for them
Shooting at the crows can get you some gold and items
Checking out the map
A cabin... there must be some friendly people nearby
You!! Axe!! Shoot!! Bah... all I asked for is direction, you misfit!
Hey, something fishy's happening out there, what's gotten into those people!?
Leon reporting about his unfortunate first encounter
You can interact with surroundings with a press of a button
Leon jumping out of the window... guess the height doesn't matter to him
Easy people, there's plenty of bullets for everyone
Quick-time event during gameplay, press X as fast as you can to get to the boat before it's too late
Hunting the big fish in a nearby lake... villagers won't be happy about that
Camera lets you rotate only by 90 degrees in any direction
It's always easy to tell who the bad guy is... this is one of the first bosses you'll eliminate
Leon's chances against El Gigante are more than good if you know how to defeat him
Lord Salazar will give Resident Evil a whole new dimension in storyline
Yikes, better be quick if you don't want him to literally squeeze the life out of you
When Ashley is with you, you will have to take care of her whereabouts and health bar all the time
Typing machines are still the saving point in the game
Leon's inventory... you can buy bigger suitcases from vendors
Magnum is too powerful to be used against regular foes, especially since bullets for it don't come too often
Game is being told through five chapters
Using thermal vision with your sniper rifle to see parasites on otherwise invincible creature
Meeting an old friend
Air support coming at just about the right time
Separate Ways story available exclusively on PS2 release... finding out what Ada was doing meanwhile
Ada getting acquainted with some of the locals
Move with the 'chuck, aim with the 'mote.
Wii's map screen.
Free aiming with the Wii remote does help.
Easy to pull off headshots.
Groups of zombies attack!
Shake the Wiimote to lose the zombies.
Kick 'em when they get close.
Aiming at an almost-dead body.
Half of the boss
Giant hit by the bullet from Broken Butterfly
Aiming with the semi-auto rifle.
Ashley kidnapped by one of the Zealots.
Too close to the enemy.
Ashley inventory and alternative outfit
Bottle Caps - prize in the minigame.
Leon jumping on the giant.
Chapter end screen
Hunnigan on intercom
The minigame (shooting the targets.)
Leon's "Special 2" costume. Looks like a 60s hitman doesn't he?
Yes, this is Ashley if you choose "Special 2" as the costume. (You have to beat the game first) And yes, the suit makes a "clank clank" noise when she moves. BUT...
... you cannot harm her! And that will come in handy in later parts of the game.
Ups, Leon is dead
Old, good shotgun
Cut-scenes have a terrible resolution
Don't lie! Die!
Now, I have a troubles.
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