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Ultima Collection

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DOS
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4.1
Windows
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3.3
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Description

Ultima Collection is a compilation, which features the first eight Ultima games, the two Add-ons for the part 7's and the Ultima predecessor Akalabeth.

All those games are on one CD, which also includes all the manuals both as Word documents and Windows Help files.

The following games are included: In addition, the Ultima Collection also features a video interview with Richard Garriott about the (at the time of release) upcoming Ultima IX: Ascension and the Ultima Series itself.

There is also an Ultima Atlas included in the box, which features all the navigation maps from the first eight Ultima games, and the box itself offers a special Inside Cover, which shows a time-line of the Ultima games included.

Screenshots

Ultima Collection DOS Ultima VI - Game - It starts with a fight
Ultima Collection DOS Ultima IV - Doing our first conversations
Ultima Collection DOS Ultima IV - Main Menu
Ultima Collection DOS Ultima VII - Game - The murder to be investigated

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User Reviews

8 games for the price of one Windows woods01 (154)
One of the best/worst compilations out there.. Windows Chris Martin (1112)
The Ultima Collection: How to get your share of Ultima Gaming Goodness DOS wossname (159)
The Ultima Collection Windows TheNightWalker (16)
Great Way to Experience the Past Windows Ghost (106)

The Press Says

GameStar (Germany) DOS Mar, 1998 80 out of 100 80
Svenska PC Gamer Windows Apr, 1998 75 out of 100 75
PC Action DOS Feb 18, 1998 75 out of 100 75
PC Action Windows Feb 18, 1998 75 out of 100 75

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Trivia

The CD also contains video clips - interviews with Lord British (Richard Garriott) about the past, present and future of the Ultima series, as well as a first look at "Ultima IX: Ascension".

There is a (rather disappointing) 16 page atlas containing printed copies of the cloth maps from the various games, and a registered copy of "Mo'Slo" which is needed to slow down some of the older games.
Contributed to by Andrew Jenner (68)