Warriors of Destiny still rocks hard!
In Ultima 5 the gamer had already mastered the 8 virtues, in the last (the 4th installment) game, and in this one he has to go back to Britannia. However, all is still not quite well and he (you, the player!) will find himself under attack, for reasons that the game will explore. Overall, it's a really well done game, I'd say maybe a little less enticing, story wise, then the 4th, but still a little beast of its own making. The gameplay hasn't changed that much since the 4th, though, surely, there are some improvements. Long gone, though are the occasional spelling errors that had riddled the 4th and particularly the 3rd game, while also, the quests are more varied and more interesting (while also more tightly delivered, in terms of their requests). Maybe the team spent more time polishing and straightening things out, whatever it was, it was worth it. Other than that, Ultima 5 is a game that knows how to keep itself interesting, still a hit or miss on some quests but overall alright in the (what I like to call) black series of the games. If you want more color in your Ultima though, see later titles, the 7th one especially being a better than average Ultima experience.