dotkel50 wrote:Hey Andrea, I'm still waiting for that playthrough of GK2!
stuntology wrote:Hey guys!
I've been reading these forums for well over a year now, and decided today that I might as well sign up and join the discussions. Hope to get to know you all here!
dotkel50 wrote:We did Gk1 months ago Tawm.
Zin wrote:Hi everyone! I made a couple posts in another thread already, but figured it would be nicer to properly introduce myself here as well.
Simply put, I'm a Sierra fan like all of you. The first Sierra game I played was King's Quest IV when it came out in the Fall of 1988. I love red wine, computer games and have a special affection for films and games that were made in the late '80s and early '90s. And I wear glasses.
I'm looking forward to meet you all.
Zin wrote:Thank you for such a warm welcome, guys!
Zin wrote:To Tawmis and stuntology:
I remember well the first time I booted up KQ4. I was 11 years old and preparing to leave the house for school (must have been 6th grade elementary school or something). I had seen Police Quest and Manhunter at a friend's house and thought they looked interesting but KQ4 literally blew me away. I recall walking Rosella around in this gorgeous and detailed world. I went as far as finding the ball under the bridge and then I had to leave for school. I don't know why but it's such a clear memory. All the Sierra games I played gave me that feeling afterwards.
Zin wrote:I love Sierra so such for many reasons, not the least of which being that it brings back fond memories of my childhood. I also think the way they reached their customers through InterAction magazine and various newsletters was -- at the time -- an unprecedented way of presenting not only their product line, but also their hard-working designers. Those products all felt like they were made with passion and care. I thought their way of producing these games with all their own tools was another neat touch.
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