Gabriel Knight 3: Blood of the Sacred, Blood of the Damned

Welcome to the remote French village of Rennes-le-Chateau. Gabriel and Grace arrive in this town in pursuit of a kidnapped child, but a deeper, far more frightening story begins to unfold. Whispers of a sacred bloodline, vampires, and a boundless treasure set the shadow hunter and his companion on an inescapable path. Their ultimate destiny is to solve a dark mystery held secret for thousands of years.

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What our readers think of Gabriel Knight 3: Blood of the Sacred, Blood of the Damned

Posted by kdon27 on Jul 6, 2013

Perfection in 3 CDs

When I came to GK3 I was new to the adventure gaming genre. But there is something about it that has stuck in my head as the best adventure I have ever had in a game. Despite playing games like The Longest Journey, Still Life, Discworld Noir etc...... Read the review »

Posted by emric on May 31, 2012

a highly satisfying adventure spoilt only by ugly 3D presentation

it's a complex, intelligent and immersive story that is expertly told and structured by the amazing Jane Jensen. The very beginning was just a touch slow, but thereafter just kept getting better and better until the amazing climax. Thankfully,... Read the review »

Posted by Intense Degree on May 22, 2012

Truly great game despite some problems

This game has come under some criticism due to the “interesting” 3D graphics and one infamous puzzle amongst other things. Also the control mechanism is not to everybody’s taste. It was brave to try something new here but it was quite hard... Read the review »

Game Information

Platform PC
Perspective Third-Person
Control Point-and-click
Gameplay Investigative
Genre Mystery
Theme Supernatural
Graphic Style Illustrated realism
Presentation Realtime 3D
Action (Compulsory) Combat, Timed events
Red Flags Game-over events
Media CD

Product Details

System Requirements
Windows 95/98
Pentium 166 MHz with 4 MB first-generation 3D card (Pentium II 266 MHz recommended, with second-generation 3D card)
Pentium 233 MHz without 3D card
SVGA 16-bit high color
Windows compatible sound card