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Ultima: Quest of the Avatar

Ultima: Quest of the Avatar (NES) game cover art
Platform: NES
Genre: Turn-Based RPG (Fantasy)
Developer: Unknown
AKA: Ultima: Seisha he no Michi (JP)

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Staff Reviews

Ultima: Quest of the Avatar review

Reviewed November 13, 2008

Rob Hamilton says: "And so your quest isn't to overpower some great evil, but instead to master eight virtues and become an Avatar — the human representation of goodness whose purity of soul will be the necessary inspiration for the populace to enter a new era of prosperity."
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Reader Reviews

Ultima: Quest of the Avatar review

Reviewed March 17, 2009

dagoss says: "RPGs have always been about trying to combine disparate genres into a seemingly endless cycle of nerdier and nerdier products. It started when a bunch of guys sat down, threw some board games and copies of Tolkien on a table, and ended up with Dungeons & Dragons, which resulted in some other guys sitting down, throwing D&D rules in with computer programming manuals and creating Wizardry. RPGs have been combined with every conceivable genre, from first-person shooters (The Elder Scrol..."
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