User review spotlight: Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar (DOS)
Intro: zeppelin attacked by planes
You must find the boy... find the boy!
One of the available pre-made characters, complete with detailed background
Character attributes... well, can't say I created something intelligent here....
Virgil is now your party member. You can always talk to him.
Plenty of information about the game's imaginary world is available
In the town... My character is not much of a conversationalist, is he?
Some good old dungeon crawling will never harm
Walking into people's houses
Exploring Vermintown - an additional scenario accessible from the beginning
Playing as a half-ogre; attempting to have a meaningful conversation with a rich guy - and failing at that
Trying to use your pick-pocket skill on this blacksmith....
Full screen mode - get it in the 220.127.116.11 patch. Toggle between the 2 modes by pressing F10.
"You Talking To Me?"
Exploring The Sewers Of Tarant
Virgil Lets Known His Admiration Of Your Fighting Prowess
My Avatar Phileas Syme, Named By Taking Two Names From Two Of The Most Influential Novels Of The Turn Of The Century
Yes, a train in a heroic fantasy world!
The skeleton of the last great dragon: Bellerogrim. - Humm, there's something similar in Baldur's Gate, no?
Sure they're dead ones... Necromancy struck again
A city of elves... Normal or dark ones ? Anyway it's high in the trees.
Fire creatures can damage your weapons... and hurt you
Fighting in the snow, it's like winter sports
A hard battle: I used spells to help my party.
A magic school (without Harry Potter)
Enemies can light up the fight
Avast Ye Matey? What The Hell Does That Mean?
Stonehenge In Arcanum?
Your Entire Quest Has Led Up To This Point
A decisive battle near the game's end
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