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Latest revision as of 15:29, 6 October 2020

North American box art.

The Savage Empire, also known by its full title, Worlds of Ultima: The Savage Empire, is a role-playing video game developed and published by Origin Systems and released for MS-DOS in 1990 and later ported to other platforms. It is the first game in the Ultima: Worlds of Adventure series. It uses a modified version of the Ultima VI Engine. The story revolves around the Avatar in a lost valley occupied by dinosaurs and prehistoric tribes, like in Arthur Conan Doyle's The Lost World.

Status

I do not own this game, and have not beaten it.

Review

I have never played this game for more than a couple minutes and haven't heard many positive reviews about it.

Media

Box Art

Documentation

Like most Origin titles, the game's manual was very well-made, and the game came with a detailed map.

Maps

Videos

Longplay.

Links

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