Leisure Suit Larry Publisher In Upheaval After Strange Sex Incident

Last year, the future looked unexpectedly bright for Leisure Suit Larry. This year, however, the creator of the original 1987 classic PC game has told Kotaku that he's resigned from the publisher who brought Larry back to the public. In fact, Al Lowe may not be involved in the future of gaming's iconic loser lothario… » 12/12/13 4:00pm 12/12/13 4:00pm

Leisure Suit Larry: Reloaded: The Kotaku Review

Sex was gross, unknowable and weird. Yet, for some reason, I was supposed to want it. These were the lessons I learned from Leisure Suit Larry way back when, which I had no business playing as a teenager. In 2013, the updated sex/comedy game still feels like something I shouldn't be experiencing. But, this time, it’s… » 7/22/13 10:00am 7/22/13 10:00am

Grammy-Nominated Journey Composer To Make Music For… Leisure Suit…

Austin Wintory's soaring orchestral score for Thatgamecompany's Journey will not be forgotten anytime soon. Not only was it a fine collection of music in its own right, it is the first video game soundtrack to be nominated for a Grammy. » 12/11/12 7:00pm 12/11/12 7:00pm

Leisure Suit Larry Creator Says DRM Has Been Misguided Since 1982

Not long ago I had the pleasure of having a long talk with one of my all time favorite game designers, Al Lowe. The godfather of sleazy adventure gaming had plenty to say about the past, present and future of his famous polyester protagonist, but also had some very interesting thoughts about the way we protect our… » 6/30/12 6:00pm 6/30/12 6:00pm

Leisure Suit Larry Remake Makes Its Half-Million Bucks, Thanks To You?

The guy on the left is Al Lowe, adventure game pioneer and lead creative force behind the Leisure Suit Larry games. The guy on the right is Tim Schafer, adventure game pioneer and lead creative force behind Day of the Tentacle and other LucasArts classics. » 4/25/12 10:00pm 4/25/12 10:00pm

Classic PC Games Site Will Return — With Activision's Authorization

Though the front of Sarien.net still says the site hosting classic Sierra PC games has gone dark, its owner, Martin Kool, says that it's secured permission from Activision and will "become an authorized game portal with a bright future." » 1/29/11 11:00am 1/29/11 11:00am