User review spotlight: Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar (DOS)
Duke's weapon master and your mentor, Gurney Halleck, won't much resemble to Patrick Stewart, but will have a strong aura of trust for you.
Talking to your mother, Jessica.
Riding in an ornithopter during the night.
If you don't like the traveling cinematic, you can skip directly to the destination with time moved forward accordingly.
Your father has little time for family matters, so you'll only meet his military character.
In front of your palace. Moving through the game is like jumping from shots to shot like in some 1st-person adventure.
Ingame options, looking a bit different than PC/Amiga floppy version of a game.
All the actions are selectable so you can't miss something in a room. You can either click on the text or on the object/person with same effect.
Looking yourself in the mirror. Tsk tsk tsk, Paul still has human eyes, not much blue in 'em yet.
Getting some Fremen to join your side is a first step towards ridding this planet of Harkonnen menace.
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