Description of Exodus: Ultima III
If you haven't play Exodus: Ultima III (also known as Ultima: Kyōfu no Exodus, Ultima: Exodus, Ultima 3, ウルティマ3 エクソダス) already, go ahead and download it now! Published in 1985 by ORIGIN Systems, Inc., Exodus: Ultima III features role-playing (rpg) in a fantasy, turn-based genre.
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Seannachie 2015-10-15 1 point
This looks like the version with the added fan-made content (graphic upgrades and midi music). I tracked down the original 4-color PC port and set up game directories for both versions. For the whiners who keep complaining about how much this version sucks, go play the vanilla version then come back to this one.
arnick 2015-09-19 0 point DOS version
Man, this game is total shit compared to the NES version. I dare say it is completely unplayable. Developers got away with murder in the 80's, LOL.
Jake 2014-12-31 -1 point DOS version
This was probably my favorite NES rpg ever, sadly that version is far superior to this DOS version (and the c-64 version.) Not so much a 'better' game, but the controls were much more comprehensible and streamlined (necessary with only the a, b, start and select buttons available on the NES controller.) Added to that the graphics (such as they are) were better, which is not really a contributing factor so much as the simple fact was they were cleaner so it was easier to see what was going on and it was not such an eye sore. This version with it's bright contrasting colors for the boxes combined with the overly similar color on the actual view screen just makes it hard to look at. That said the c-64 version, for once, was much worse, and nearly un-playable for the lack of being able to make out anything on the play screen.
happy player 2014-12-04 0 point DOS version
*plays ultima...cant understand it....reads the manual....cant find the instructions.....looks up online for the controls....finds controls. RAGE QUIT!!!*
that's me right there lol
OM 2013-02-01 0 point DOS version
...Blackjack,, that's an -ancient- bug that showed up when they did some tweaking just prior to putting out the first boxed set. James Van Artsdalen did that port, and he was ducking bullets for at the time for quite a whie.
BlackJack 2012-11-22 0 point DOS version
when I try to revive a dead player at a healer's, the game locks up..
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