A long-overdue interview with Zedex Dragon, the creator of U3.5: Pax Britannia.
Tagged: Ultima 4
We take a look at PC Gamer’s Ultimate RPG Handbook, and comment on its presentation of the history and influence of the *Ultima* series.
Shattered Moon has released locally-playable versions of the client and server for Classic Ultima Online (Ultima 4 Multiplayer).
Pieces of 8-Bit have released five remixes of pieces from the soundtracks of various Ultima games.
How do our children — or our nieces, nephews, and other young children we know — respond to classic PC and console games?
Slegnor has uploaded the first video from his playthrough of Ultima 4 to his YouTube channel.
Someone has more or less decompiled the executables for Ultima 4.
Where did it all start, our respective fascinations with computers and gaming consoles? What were the systems — and who were the people — along our technological journeys?
Another Ultima reference popped up on ABC sitcom “The Goldbergs” this week.
A hilarious Origin Systems customer service encounter, as described to Sheri Graner Ray by OSI customer service representative Rebecca Heidt.
An article at Kotaku examines the story and themes of Ultima 5.
Slashing Dragon has begun publicizing game ideas he has come up with that, at present, he hasn’t got time to work on.
Richard Garriott has been building up a collection of templates for Ultima completion certificates.
Slashing Dragon resurrects his long-dormant LRUMP project to bring us a map of Buccaneer’s Den.