It seems that you're using an outdated browser. Some things may not work as they should (or don't work at all).
We suggest you upgrade newer and better browser like:Chrome,Firefox,Internet Explorer orOpera

×
arrow-down2arrowcart2close4fat-arrow-leftfat-arrow-rightfeedbackfriends2happy-facelogo-gognotificationnotifications-emptyownedremove-menusad-facesearch2wishlist-menuwishlisted2own_thingsheartstartick
So, I just recently tried playing some of Ultima 6 and it booted up fine and runs okay, but after I finish the starting combat and talk to someone, the music stops completely during conversation. When I use the talk command on myself or nothing the current track stops, and a new one, seemingly selected between a few at random starts playing.

Anyone else having this issue, or have any thoughts on what it could be? I'm kind of baffled. I'm running on Windows 7, 64-bit, if that helps.

Thanks in advance!
This question / problem has been solved by dtgreeneimage
avatar
Arue: So, I just recently tried playing some of Ultima 6 and it booted up fine and runs okay, but after I finish the starting combat and talk to someone, the music stops completely during conversation. When I use the talk command on myself or nothing the current track stops, and a new one, seemingly selected between a few at random starts playing.

Anyone else having this issue, or have any thoughts on what it could be? I'm kind of baffled. I'm running on Windows 7, 64-bit, if that helps.

Thanks in advance!
As far as I can tell, that seems to be the way the game is supposed to work.

(I suspect the actual technical reason is some sort of loading issue; maybe the game can't have both dialogue and music loaded at the same time?)
Alrighty. I mean, I sorta figured the music stopping during conversation was possibly normal, but I thought I'd mention it, too. But the music changing when I used the talk command on nothing seemed really weird. I coulda swore it wasn't like that, but my last memories of the game were when I was a lot younger, so I suppose it must be my memory or I just never gave it thought at the time.

Either way, thanks for the help!