New "Sierra" intro at Sierra.com...
Posted: Fri Aug 08, 2014 1:21 am
What could it mean?
Keeping Sierra On-Line Alive
I know. Can't say. You'll like it
DeadPoolX wrote:Oh and Collector? If Sierra actually does return, and along with it comes remakes/reboots/new titles in their many Adventure series, you can bet this board will become a lot busier.
DeadPoolX wrote:It'd be so nice to see technologically advanced Adventure games with a good budget, as opposed to the craptastic titles (with a few exceptions) that've littered the genre.
Expack3 wrote:I hope the new Sierra games are actually the former and aren't so twisted into being 'modern' that they're glorified interactive movies - not because interactive movies are automatically bad, per-say, but because Adventure games and interactive movies are two different genres.
Expack3 wrote:If I may speculate, the new Sierra, if they do indeed make new Adventure games and/or remakes of classics, will likely try to emulate the TellTale style of Adventure games. That's the most popular right now, and given how major companies these days seem so risk-averse, I'd be surprised if they went retro in terms of mechanics.
Expack3 wrote:Also, while we're dreaming of what could be coming, I'd still like to see a fully-3D series of Quest for Glory remakes with the hero's abilities and combat properly and sensibly expanded to utilize the third dimension.
Tawmis wrote:And this just got posted (take it with a grain of salt...)
Retweeted Geoff Keighley (@geoffkeighley) :
Credible reports coming in that @theoddgentlemen is working on a new King's Quest game. #Sierra #GamesCom