Jane Jensen

  • Wot I Think: Gabriel Knight 20th Anniversary

    … By Richard Cobbett on October 15th, 2014 at 2:00 pm. Well, 21st Anniversary really, but who’s counting? Gabriel Knight 20th Anniversary Edition is a chance to return to 1993 to re-experience the Schattenjager’s first case, but has it stood the test of time? Note to anyone who hasn’t played it, this is mostly going to be looking at the game…

    10 readers - Rock, Paper, Shotgun - Gabriel Knight -
  • #GamerGate: Cost, Damage, Consequence And Cultural Scarring

    … about Jenny LeClue? Or the potential long-term positive effects from games like Legend of Iya? Why can’t we discuss games with a growing audience like Erica Reed? Or the continued success of Nancy Drew? How about talking about Dex instead of decrying CD Projekt RED for Cyberpunk 2077 [the PC Authority article is legit, by the way]? Is inclusiveness…

    23 readers - William Usher - One Angry Gamer -

  • Top 10 Reissued And Remastered Classics On GOGcom

    … and is offering both the DOS and (in every way superior) Amiga versions of the game. Defender of the Crown raised the bar on presentation in strategy games and PC games in general, and today the game still holds up well. Buy Here Now DROD 4: Gunthro and the Epic Blunder Did the first few DROD games seem too intimidating? This is the game you need…

    3 readers - Ryan Parreno - Gaming Enthusiast -
  • Impressions: Gabriel Knight 20th Anniversary

    … of the game and turn a 90s adventure classic into a modern one too? Here’s some impressions. Gabriel Knight is, and by no small amount, one of my favourite adventure games of all time, and one I hold very dear – an early glimpse at a world that truly embraced the kind of narrative and atmosphere and maturity that we now take for granted, but was in sadly…

    5 readers - Rock, Paper, Shotgun - Gabriel Knight -
  • Review: Moebius: Empire Rising

    …At the time of the first Jane Jensen game, my computer didn’t have a CD-ROM drive, so I unfortunately never got to hear Tim Curry perform the voice of Gabriel Knight. Not having the CD version didn’t matter, though, because Gabriel Knight and the rest of the settings in Sins of the Fathers were so rich and interesting and well crafted…

    4 readers - VGBlogger.com - Moebius: Empire Rising -

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