Remember Space Quest from Sierra? New game coming!

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  1. TheReadyPrompt, Jun 8, 2012
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    TheReadyPrompt macrumors member

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    It actually looks like the old Sierra titles are growing in popularity again. Al Lowe recently went through a kickstarter campaign for a new version of Leisure Suit Larry. Looks like Space Quest is next (though they won't be able to call it Space Quest, as the name doesn't belong to them). It's cool seeing all these designers getting back into the gaming gig again!
     
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    looks like the game has made it... its over the 500k mark with only a couple hours to go... nice :) still have to wait a long time for the game though, but at least they'll be able to make it.
     
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    I thought there was a remake at some point. I was a huge fan of the Quest for Glory series. First "RPG" I've ever played.

    I think I still own every sierra Quest game out there except for one or two. That's King's, Space, Police, Freddy Farcas, Glory, and Eco for the most part. All except for the LSL series.
     
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    Nice!

    I still remember my nights wiled away playing King's Quest, Leisure Suite Larry and Space Quest. Along with Wing Commander, Wolfeinstein and a few others. Good times and good memories. I didn't get a chance to pledge in on the remakes but I am stoked!

    The thing that got me with the Space Quest games, King's Quest, Flight of the Amazon Queen and all the click to explore games was the story the music and the experience of it all. While there were many predictable parts there was so much more attention given to the story. Where more games now are graphics, "Wow factor" and shock value.
     

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