Jane Jensen

  • Wot I Think: Gabriel Knight 20th Anniversary

    … as a remake rather than as a brand new adventure. Some spoilers inevitably lurk within. To my mind, there are two good reasons to do a remake. The first, which pretty much never happens, is when a game had an idea that it just wasn’t able to pull off at the time, like, say, the original Space Quest. The second is when the world has moved on to the point…

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  • #GamerGate: Cost, Damage, Consequence And Cultural Scarring

    … was popularized and made famous thanks to Roberta Williams. Nevermind some of the most beloved JRPGs that helped shape the history of role-playing throughout the 1990s had their graphics designed by the likes of female illustrator and graphics designer Soraya Saga. Michael Vargas from Pipewords described today’s current crop of pseudo-journalists…

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  • Top 10 Reissued And Remastered Classics On GOGcom

    … the Gabriel family’s roots, as well as his ultimate destiny. The original developer, Jane Jensen, has brought back her baby for modern gamers, adding new scenes and puzzles to boot. Jane’s Pinkerton Road also commissioned the original composer, Robert Holmes, to remake the soundtrack. Buy Here Now Hogs of War This humorous RTS may be mostly forgotten…

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

    … it in a third time. What’s missing though is the vibe, the atmosphere, and most importantly, a sense that this remake was done with a full understanding of why decisions were made the first time around, despite Jane Jensen being on board. It’s hard to explain why it doesn’t work, but… okay, try this. Imagine taking a TV show, upscaling it to IMAX…

    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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