When I said Sierra, I meant Vivendi of course :) It's the same as Atari / Infogrames (rich company using the name of a famous one).
Pedro R. Quaresma
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Actually, you can take Sierra out of the picture right now. It's no longer a publisher--just a brand name under the umbrella of VU Games.
Jim Leonard <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Pedro Quaresma wrote:
> Unfortunately I am imagining a future in which the only games publishers
> will be Sierra, Microsoft and Electronic Arts. :/
Take Sierra out of the picture and you'd be right :-(
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