User review spotlight: Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar (DOS)
Concept art which can be unlocked while playing the game.
Yeah, look sexy at me!
Those things don't attack but give a serious burn when touched.
The sonar map. The green blob is Lara.
Wish you were here!
Usable and breakable items are marked.
Lara can now climb walls Altair-style. Sorta.
The Croft XXI Waterproof Antishock Hi-Definition Digital MiniCam(TM). No self-respected archaeologist should leave home without one.
"Weeeee! I just discovered the long-lost temple of an ancient, probably unknown civilization! Can't wait to blow it up in pieces!" =D
Our good girl has a couple brand-new close-hand moves now. May God have mercy on the spiders that get in her way!
Batman's Utility Belt has nothing on lady Croft's gear.
The Land of Men with gigantic..., nobody takes Tomb Raider seriously anymore
Collision detection was never a strong point of the series
One of many giant puzzles in the game
Thor's Gauntlet allows Lara to move huge rock pieces shining in blue
An example of a Norse temple
Secret artifacts unlock extras
"Lara, it's your father speaking from the grave"
Lara kicks literally some asses now
Lara will have a motorbike to travel across extensive maps
At the beginning of chapters how much will Lara show can be chosen
and secondary weapon too
No endangered species can stop her
One of the last levels in the Arctic Ocean
About to fall off a pole.
Unhappy Lara is unhappy. Really, really unhappy.
You were looking at the shadow artifacts right? Actually... you probably were.
I never knew Winston was a zombie.
The final stage is very... blue.
Yup, that's an interesting piece of ground alright.
Amanda's up to her old tricks again.
Lara's expressions are very well done.
Rain, escape and afterwards.
Seriously, I missioned through all of this to get a hammer? Aaagh.
Somewhere off the coast of Thailand
Lara's mansion's on fire and her employees are shooting at her. Could it get any worse?
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