AndreaDraco83 wrote:I'm a total sucker for time-travels
Tawmis wrote:I am not even sure you could consider SQ a SciFi more than a comedy.
Collector wrote: I guess that is one of the main reasons that I have never been that big of a LucasArts fan. All of their games are like that.
AndreaDraco83 wrote:I specified that I'm not a Sci-Fi fan, because SQ uses a lot of Sci-Fi references as puns and I surely miss at least half of them. Nonetheless, with SQ3 I'm beginning to like the series, mainly because I'm growing fond of Roger
AndreaDraco83 wrote:@Collector: I don't know very well this chapter in Sierra's history. Why do you say that SQ5 wasn't developed by Sierra?
Collector wrote:When the "2 Guys from Andromeda" broke up, Mark Crowe, one of the two had moved on to Dynamix, which was by then owned by Sierra. It fell on Mark to develop Space Quest V at Dynamix with a Dynamix crew. It was still developed with SCI, the same as all of the other Sierra adventures at the time and was published by Sierra, like all Dynamix game then.
AndreaDraco83 wrote:Interesting. I recently read an interview of Scott Murphy, at Adventure Classic Gaming, and he was very bitter about his former fellow. I will surely be interested in knowing more about their story, since - not having played SQ games - I never really deepen into their history.
JasefWisener wrote:The only SQ game I can honestly say that I don't enjoy is SQII.
Tawmis wrote:Whoa. What? Really? Why is that?
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