November 10, 2013 at 7:49 pm #28752koko,cigarsParticipant
I’m quite interested to know if sierra published or developed any game for the old
cartridge based consoles ( before the year 2000)
like the nes or the snes or the Sega Genesis (including the Sega-cd and the 32X),
or even the older consoles from the beginning of the 80’s like the Atari 2600 or Atari 5200 or Intellivision or Collecovision, and also more “High-end” consoles of the time like the 3DO and PHILIPS CD-I.
I know that sierra had published some DOS versions of Game-arts games like Thexder and Silpheed (and I think that the consoles versions of those games were only available in japan).
Thank you for everyone who answers
November 10, 2013 at 8:08 pm #28753Brandon,KlassenParticipant
King’s Quest 5 NES
King’s Quest 1 Sega Master System
Willy Beamish Sega CD
Stellar 7 3DO
That’s just to name a few off the top of my head.
November 10, 2013 at 8:59 pm #28754Collector,Participant
Rise of the Dragon on Sega CD, which is a talkie.
November 11, 2013 at 6:08 pm #28755koko,cigarsParticipant
Thanks for the answers
after I read your comments I did some research via youtube.
I can’t believe that king’s quest 5 was actually released for the nes
anyway its nes version looks really inferior to the DOS version
(It is still an 8 bit console)
The master system port of king’s quest 1 graphics
look quite good for an 8 bit console (The DOS SCI remake looks better though).
anyway the Sega-cd games look really worth checking out especially rise of the dragon (since I’ve never heard about a DOS talkie version of this game), I have seen the Sega-cd games for sale on Ebay
and they were not expensive at all.
also I must say that
the 3DO game looks awesome
Too bad I don’t own a Sega Master System or a 3DO (Those console were pretty much unheard of were I live)
anyway thanks for the information