User review spotlight: Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar (DOS)
Immediately, you wake up in alternate apartment of yours
You can look outside the window, but noone's gonna hear you crying for help
Henry's not afraid of someone getting in, but is starting to realise not being able to get out
Exploring the subway
Nothing useful to pick up, but clues for the player nonetheless
Checking out the map
Henry's having hard time finding the right words for Cynthia
Henry's only connection to the outer world are strange holes that appeared in his apartment
A secret passage behind the elevator shaft
Attacked by the wheelchairs
Hospital rooms aren't looking too hospitable
Henry and Eileen fighting their way through the hospital
Getting outside the apartment just to see that everything's changed
This crumbled wall will prove useful to enter the adjacent apartment
Browsing the limited inventory
Other apartments in the building don't look much better than Henry's
The main menu, not much to see here...
Say Harry... that cleaning lady hasn't showed up in a while, huh?... No, nothing, just a hunch...
I've heard about unwelcome guests, but getting in through the walls is sort of pushing it...
Look at the size of that TV!! Why would you wanna leave the room anyway?
Welcome to South Ashfield! Hope you like the view, because that's how much you're gonna get to see of the town. This game's called 'The Room' for a reason, you know...
Henry Townshend, our clueless hero.
And the main attraction of the show: the infamous Room's door.
When your social life is practiced through a peephole, that might be some kind of sign. And not a good one either.
The supporting role of the show (and Henry's best friend through the adventure too): The Hole.
I guess there's no point in hanging around inside this place any longer so -HOP! There we go...
What? Of course I'm listening to you, Cynthia! Why do you think I wouldn't?!... You were saying something about hellish breasts--BEASTS! BEASTS! that's it...
The Silent Hill Dog, version 3.0 --now with improved flesh-piercing tongue!
Oh, yes! Silent Hill's NPC Escorting Service(TM) is back with full force!
It's nice to know that my neighbors are so worried about me as to try and spy on me every 5 minutes --but you can't watch the INSIDE of an apartment through the peephole, you MORON!!
Forget about weird parallel dimensions, now THIS is a useful hole!! Well he-llooooo, sweet Eileen... ahem... man, I feel kinda dirty...
The Wish House! Silent Hill's orphan caring house! And it doesn't look creepy or disturbing AT ALL!!! Am I right or am I right?
Here doggy, doggy... Goooooood boy! Now play--DEAD, YOU FILTHY ABBHOMINATION!!!!
Hey, Giger, let me know the moment this gets too disturbing for your taste, OK?
What's with the tight-ass attitude, pal? Like I need YOU to shake my hand... you should see what manner of chick just fell for me a few minutes ago... pffff...
What's with the tiles of this floor? That supper's gonna get a piece of my mind...
Hello? This is Konami, we need a few hundred thousands square meters worth of rusty grating... yes, we ARE working on a new Silent Hill, how did you know that?!?
I don't know what sick-ass drugs kids are taking nowadays, but one thing's for certain: street gangs are not what they used to be.
Hey, it worked for James Sunderland, why wouldn't it work for me?
This is one hole to be trusted, if I've ever seen any.
Hum, mom? You might wanna check this out.... Granma is, like, floating...
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