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Quest For Glory

1 year ago

Hero-U: Rogue to Redemption sneaks into stores today

As a kid who grew up playing Sierra adventure games, today's release of Hero-U: Rogue to Redemption from Quest for Glory creators Lori & Corey Cole fills me with complex feelings, including (but not limited to) nostalgia, curiosity and soul-chilling dread. While the Quest for Glory series was always one of Sierra's more accessible series of adventures, blending point and click adventuring with RPG stats and a steady…

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5 years ago

Freeware Garden: Heroine’s Quest

In our year of Quest for Glory (a.k.a. Sierra's Hero Quest)  revivals, re-imaginings, revisits and remakes, Heroine's Quest: The Herald of Ragnarok is the adventure-RPG I have unashamedly fallen in love with. A beautiful game about selfless, old-fashioned heroism that brilliantly captures the spirit of Quest for Glory. An adventure, that unlike the saga's very own final installment, proudly stands up to its progenitors' lofty standards.

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7 years ago

Hero-U Graduates From The Kickstarter Academy

Retro-revival Kickstarters are no longer the sure-fire success they seemed to be a few months ago, it seems. Elite: Dangerous trails a long way behind Star Citizen's incredible haul, Old-School RPG was cancelled, massively promising Bullfroggy god game Maia sadly may not reach its (frankly too high) target and Quest For Glory creators Corey and Lori Cole went right down to the wire for their…

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School For Scoundrels: Quest For Glory Devs’ Hero-U

2012: most definitely the year that's all about 30-something gamers having large numbers of their long-held, long-frustrated dreams and fancies fulfilled at last. All these genre and developer resurrections on Kickstarter, XCOM and Half-Life remade, and a bunch of other similar things I could probably put in comma-based list form if only I could concentrate for than twelve seconds. Latest on the neo-nostalgia train are…

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