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  • Blog Post: Graham's Adventures Continue Mid-December With The Second Chapter Of King's Quest

    It's been several months since we last heard from King Graham, but that's about to change. The second chapter of Sierra and The Odd Gentlemen's King's Quest game is coming in mid-December. In the second chapter, punnily titled "Rubble Without A Cause," Graham regales his granddaughter... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Which Modern Developers Should Tackle Classic Franchises?

    Devolver Digital is attempting to make a Seaman game , and The Odd Gentlemen are working on a new King's Quest . What other modern developers would you like to see tackling classic franchises? Maybe Rocksteady (Batman: Arkham Asylum, Batman: Arkham City) should take on a Metroid game. Maybe DrinkBox... More
  • Blog Post: The Game Awards Offers First Look At Sierra’s King’s Quest

    This year at Gamescom, Activision reintroduced the Sierra label . With its first title, Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions now available, it’s time to look ahead to the next. As we learned at Gamescom, King’s Quest is under development by The Odd Gentlemen (The Misadventures of P.B. Winterbottom... More
  • Blog Post: Blasting Through PAX With Geometry Wars 3

    After a hands-off demo of Geometry Wars 3 at Gamescom, we've finally had a chance to go thumbs-on with the twin-stick shooter. Sierra's coming out party is likely to delight fans of the previous entries, as developer Lucid Games (made up of many Bizarre Creations team members) looks to score... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Sierra's New King's Quest Won't Be Point-And-Click, Will Be Adventure

    Update: The Odd Gentlemen, the developer working on the new King's Quest game, reached out to clarify an aspect of its still mysterious project. . @Futterish @gameinformer To clarify the game is very much an adventure game. It doesn't only use the mouse. — The Odd Gentlemen (@TheOddGentlemen... More
  • Blog Post: New Geometry Wars & King's Quest Coming From Sierra

    Activision is reviving the classic Sierra label to put out indie titles on digital platforms. Its first two announced projects are Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions and a new King's Quest adventure. Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions is being developed by Lucid Games, and is scheduled to come out this holiday... More
  • Blog Post: Ex-Cop Announces Police Adventure Game

    Jim Walls, an ex-Sierra developer who spent 15 years as a police officer, wants you to see what it’s like to serve on the force. He and his development team at Jim Walls Reloaded have announced a Kickstarter campaign for Precinct , an adventure game inspired by real police activities. Unlike Police... More
  • Blog Post: The Original Creators Of Space Quest Are Working On A New Sci-fi Adventure Game

    Mark Crowe and Scott Murphy, the men behind the Space Quest adventure games, are getting back together to create a new game. That's about as far as they have gotten so far, deciding to make a game, but it's a start. Right now they're just looking for social media support by putting together... More
  • Blog Post: Leisure Suit Larry Returns With Al Lowe's Support

    Larry Laffer is an icon from the golden era of adventure gaming, but the series' recent appearances have been disappointing. Thankfully, the future is looking better for Larry. According to EGM , developer Replay Games has obtained the rights to Leisure Suit Larry, and will kick off a revival of... More
  • Blog Post: Update: King's Quest III Remake Available Today

    Update: Developer AGDI has announced that King's Quest III Redux is out right now ! You can download this remake of the adventure gaming classic right here , totally free of charge. Well, I know what I'm playing tonight...possibly into early tomorrow morning. ORIGINAL STORY: Today is a great... More
  • Blog Post: UPDATE: Fan-Made King's Quest Sequel Killed

    Update: The Silver Lining is still dead, but if you feel strongly about the project, there are a few avenues available to make your voice heard. There's no guarantee that the fan community can change Activision's mind, though a similar movement helped sway Vivendi a few years back. Never hurts... More
  • Blog Post: Gabriel Knight, Other Sierra Classics Coming Soon To GOG.com

    When Activision and Vivendi merged in 2007, a whole bunch of classic franchises bearing the Sierra brand name (a subsidiary of Vivendi) came under the new Activision Blizzard's ownership. These amazing games of the past have been feared lost for good since that time, but today Good Old Games (GOG... More
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