Sierra Entertainment has been around, in one form or another, for 30+ years. They have had a major influence on the gaming industry and contributed a lot to the gaming industry’s history. After several major financial hits that their parent company Vivendi Games couldn’t handle, the Sierra Entertainment name was put on the shelf for several years. Well, they are back with a new focus on indie games only.
Many gamers have fond memories of a few great titles from Sierra Entertainment such as King’s Quest, Homeworld 2, Spyro the Dragon, and Crash Bandicoot. Others may have fond memories of games they published like Leisure Suit Larry. If you are hoping for some of these titles being brought back, then you will be disappointed for the most part.
With an all new focus, Sierra Entertainment plans to revive itself in the industry by bringing back two titles they still own in King’s Quest (coming 2015) and Geometry Wars Dimensions (coming this holiday season). We are not sure what to make of this just yet, but a little nostalgia never hurt anyone. More information about the new Sierra at their website.
Source: Game Crate