Hey Chris and Ken,
Chris: thanks for posting that information about Forbes, I read the news on CNN recently and am glad to know that that whole case is finally finished. Funny that, 10 years ago, that had a big impact on Sierra, interesting….
Ken: Those letters are really interesting. Too bad you haven’t heard back from them, but, then again, they have their ways of working. On a brighter note!! Vivendi Universal Games has sort of “reverse merged” their name into Sierra. In other words, though Vivendi itself has not really changed, the “Sierra” name, logo, and the “Half Dome” Yosemite cliff are more-than-ever prevelant in all games VU is now churning out. In addition, “Sierra Entertainment” as a name, now oversees quite a few other game studios. These game studios plus Blizzard (which is famous enough not to be put under the Sierra umbrella) make up, pretty much VU games. I’m happy about that!
Here are the current studios under the Sierra Entertainment name: Massive, Radical, Swordfish, and High Moon
I’d be interested in hearing everyone’s opinions. Does anyone else have any new news concerning this?