As my previous article discussed, Sierra On-Line was, during the mid 80’s through mid-90’s, best known for its lines of graphical adventure games. While adventure titles were certainly their bread and butter, they nonetheless published and developed a variety of games
Hello Enthusiacs! GDC is around the corner, and with it perhaps the most prestigious game awards show. That’s a low bar, but that’s how I see it. Baron Fang joins us to discuss the Game Developers Choice awards and the
Point Streak, we tackle the subject of Early Access games. Once a novel option for games development, it is arguably now over-used and prone to abuses. Is there a way to rein in Early Access or make it feel like
Welcome to The Attic, and our first annual Horror Game of the Year edition! Recently as I sat playing Resident Evil 7, I found myself thinking that I’m already pretty certain this is going to be my favorite horror game
There is probably no more important name responsible for shaping my history as a PC gamer than that of “Sierra”. Decades before it was a mere division of Activision, “Sierra On-Line” was founded as On-Line Systems, the company responsible for
Hello Enthusiacs! This week we have a pair of guests, and a pair of topics, making this behind the line squared! If that joke wasn’t too lame for you, there’s another lame one in the show that you can’t miss.
Hey there, Enthusiacs! On this mini episode of the Hero Talk podcast, Judge Greg and Black Dragon talk the Superbowl, including the games, trailers, and anything else that comes to mind. Warning: This Hero Talk may contain mild spoilers. Listener