User review spotlight: Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar (DOS)
Intro movie. A bleak future.
Selecting a mission.
Graphics are taken from the computer versions.
Moving in to complete our mission.
Heading into the city.
Stopped by the filth.
Map of the world on which you may choose next region you would like to take over.
Select your team, buy an equipment, do the research...
Some missions are in fenced complexes.
Some missions look like they are on the oil rigs.
And some look quite familiar...
... and the buildings also look nice.
A shot from the intro.
The main menu.
The colours for each territory on the map show the syndicate affiliation.
The first mission briefing.
I'm researching new weapons technology.
Equipping my squad.
Searching for the assassination target.
Oh no, I failed!
Mission debriefing screen.
First Level - Stealth Attack
Killer Marketing Director
Mission Debriefing (Only one dead civilian)
Evacuating after Successful Mission
Burning Cop, Take Two
I'll kill you for running over 4 -- come back here!
A new recruit...
...undergoes a genetic operation...
...and gets red hair?? Is this all?
Customizing your company
The world in 21st century? Not even close
Viewing the area
Getting ready to infiltrate
This agent approaches from the flank
Oh no! They shot me!..
The Jaguar uses the PC's art, unlike the other console ports.
Full zoom out. Zooming is unique to the Jaguar version (not even in the PC original)
Full zoom in.
The beginnings of a standard Syndicate rampage.
Support screens between missions are identical to other versions.
You guide an arrow with the joypad and direct your four henchmen to move or fire.
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