Sierra was a serious touchstone for my generation, between all of the various point-and-click adventures they released (including ones my dad didn’t realize I knew how to bypass the age gate), and their involvement in many other console games such as Spyro and Crash Bandicoot…they’re a game company that I was sad to see shuttered […]
Oh, you thought they were just working on Back To The Future and Jurassic Park?
Here it is folks, part 2 of my recent interview with Phoenix Online Studios, the development company behind The Silver Lining.
In a swift move of pure dickery, Activision has pulled out the old cease and desist on The Silver Lining, better known as the fan sequel King’s Quest 9. The previous owner of the Sierra IP, Vivendi, tried to shut down production of the game back in 2005, but negotiated down to a non-commercial license […]
Alot of this footage is stuff you’ve seen already here. But there’s a couple of new things for you all to gawk at. I still can’t wait to have this game in my library. Adventure games forever!!!