Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions Review

Nov 26, 2014

Brandishing the reinvigorated Sierra brand, which is a digital-only publisher under the umbrella of Activision, comes Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions. Lucid Games, (comprised of developers at the now-defunct Bizarre Creations, the development house that birthed the original Geometry Wars) is under some pressure to deliver a worthy successor, after a 6-year hiatus for the series. And on all fronts Lucid Games succeeds in doing that, even introducing a campaign of sorts, that gives level-to-level challenges beyond getting the highest score (even though you’re still doing that). “Retro Evolved” would be fitting for a subtitle here, more so than any game in the series’ history.

Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions – First Screenshots

Aug 15, 2014

With the recent announcement of Sierra returning, one of the two games announced was Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions. Currently being shown at gamescom, we have the first screenshots of the game promised to be released this holiday season.

Sierra is back, new King’s Quest and Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions on the way

Aug 12, 2014

With a renowned history that’s served as the origin for many nostalgic video game characters, worlds and experiences, Sierra continues on today in a return to form that fans of great games will love. Sierra’s focus is on indie studios developing innovative, edgy and graphically unique games, including new IPs and contemporary reimaginings of beloved Sierra classics. Headlining Sierra’s slate of indie games is an all-new King’s Quest experience in 2015, and a new Geometry Wars game planned to launch this holiday season. Additionally, the Sierra team is well underway exploring other indie projects to potentially launch later this year, and in 2015 and beyond.