I don’t think everyone agrees that Sierra ”means nothing”. I know myself I don’t want the name to dissapear, nor the games behind it. I want my children to be able to hear the name Sierra and be filled with wonder, just as I once was, and to enjoy new King’s Quests and new Space Quests for years to come. I don’t want these games to dissapear for good.
To say to just kill off Sierra for good is a cold statement, almost as cold as the Vivendi people who tried to bury it. Sierra, the name, has a legacy, and that legacy now has the chance to be in the hands of new owners who might actually do it well. Look at Knowledge Adventure, which was another Vivendi studio. Vivendi sold it to a few private invesors who turned the company around and are still doing well. The same fate could await Sierra.