Gabriel Knight 3: Blood of the Sacred, Blood of the Damned Crack/Patch

Gabriel Knight 3: Blood of the Sacred, Blood of the Damned 2000 years of heresy, betrayal and lies. One frightening truth. Solve a real-life mystery with the third title in the award-winning Gabriel Knight series. Game writer and designer Jane Jensen brings you Gabriel and Grace in their most controversial adventure ever. Enter the small French village pf Rennes-le-ChГўteau, and begin the path to your destiny ? unraveling an enigma that may shatter your most closely-held beliefs. Play as both Gabriel Knight and Grace Nakamura as you learn more about what is hidden in the hills of France. But beware your life, your faith and your soul. For once the truth is found, there is no erasing it. [Sierra]

Download Gabriel Knight 3: Blood of the Sacred, Blood of the Damned Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 82 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1263
Genre Adventure, General, Point-and-Click
Players 1 Player
Company / Developer
Sierra Entertainment / Sierra Entertainment

Gabriel Knight 3: Blood of the Sacred, Blood of the Damned reviews ( 4 )

JamesM., Mar 28, 2008

In short, an incredible game. Easily the best written, and most intelligently developed adventure series of all time. All we could ever ask for is Gabriel Knight 4.

ClarkK., Jan 1, 2008

Despite graphics which have not aged too well (decent for their time, and definitely passable for today), Gabriel Knight 3 has a lot going for it. Its deep and intricate story chronicling the mysterious legacy of Rennes-le-Chateau in France is infinitely compelling, and every facet of the game's construction, from music, dialog, puzzles, and characters, create an incredible experience culminating in one hell of a satisfying ending. For anyone who plays adventure games, this game (and the rest of the series, at that) is required playing. Gabriel Knight 3 is not a perfect game; as I said the graphics are mediocre, and one or two puzzles are a bit illogical. But still, I can't imagine giving this game anything less than a 10. Everything good about it outshines and erases anything bad you can find.

ChoicestGames, Dec 12, 2012

It's fun exploring Southern France in this third iteration of the Gabriel Knight series but sometimes the puzzles are a little too difficult for my liking. Since this is the first Gabriel Knight to switch to 3D graphics, the game hasn't exactly aged well either and doesn't have the same charm as the original's painted pixels or the second's FMV.

GolovA, Nov 28, 2015

I really liked the game, and i absolutely loved the story - superb writing. Although i didnt like the actor in the previous GK, i must say - this switch to 3D modelling was disappointing - the technology was not there yet, and we ended up with games far worse than if they were just sprites, cinematographic, or hand painted. Nonetheless, i enjoyed this one thoroughly!