Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers 20th Anniversary Edition Crack/Patch

Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers 20th Anniversary Edition Gabriel Knight fans have been waiting for this day for a long, long time: Jane Jensen, the original creator of the acclaimed Gabriel Knight adventure series, has licensed the IP from Activision and is working on a Gabriel Knight game for the first time since leaving Sierra Online in 1999! The 20th anniversary remake of Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers will release on computers and tablets in mid-2014.

Download Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers 20th Anniversary Edition Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 76 / 100
User rating
8.1
Downloads 1588
Genre Adventure, General, Point-and-Click
Company / Developer
Phoenix Online Publishing / Pinkerton Road Studio

Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers 20th Anniversary Edition reviews ( 7 )

VideoGameLord, Oct 20, 2014

Phoenix Online and Jane Jensen have outdone themselves with an almost flawless remake and 20th Anniversary edition of Gabriel Knight. This game combines being true to the original while making improvements and modernizing. And its visually stunning! +Amazing HD graphics! I love the way they kept the original composition as much as possible. +The new voice-over cast is a surprising success! +The new remastered music is wonderful! +Hints system and notes adds to the gameplay experience! -Some visual collision and sliding issues on animations, kind of jagged at times. -Had to reload a couple of times due to problems with continue function The new voice-over cast was initially worrying. Not so strange being a hardcore fan of the old 1993 version, having played it close to 30 times. However after a couple of hours into it, I found it surprisingly refreshing and wonderful. Especially happy to see the essence of Gabriel's cocky New Orleans character being intact. I would also mention Grace, Dr John, Mosely and Frick as outstanding performances. Visually its a balanced mix of photo and painted textures, blended with pre-rendered backgrounds and real-time props & characters. A nice touch is the ambient atmospheric particles & lighting effects. The original music is remastered by composer Robert Holmes. This is a huge improvement from the early 90s midi tracks. The bonus option to view old concept art from the different locations, combined with info and audio interviews with the original developers is a nice addition for fans of the old game. I would highly recommend this game for adventure fans, looking for a story driven game. If you are already a fan of Gabriel Knight, what are you waiting for?

flavio_sk, Oct 16, 2014

Wonderful. I am thrilled with this remake of one of the greatest games I've ever played. Before it was a great story that stands out, now the beautiful scenery and modern gameplay is let the fans realized.

jorel75, Dec 15, 2014

I played the original when I was 20 years old, spending long hours trying to find that one last clue to progress onto the next day (mostly because the graphics limitation that won't let you see it :P ), when I finished the game, I felt sad that I no longer get to live in that world. I was happy to get the chance to play it again with the improved graphics with my wife (she loved it), and I liked how they offered us the view to how the old game looked like. Overall, it is a great P&C adventure game that I would recommend to any genre fan.

JPCON, Oct 16, 2014

For those who loves a great thriller with puzzles, real locations, historic figures, religion and romance. Its a masterpiece of Adventure Games. But donĀ“t expect AAA game.

Thilus, Oct 31, 2014

A nice comeback for Gabriel Knight, even though I would much rather like to see a GK4 instead of a remake, especialy that the original GK had this old-school feel that everybody loves (at least everybody who lived in that era). Basicaly it's the same old GK1, but with refurbished graphics, audio and UI. The rest is pretty much the same. Unfortunately the game is bug-riddled. I spent more than 10 hours with this game and encountered at least 10 crashes. That gives an average of one crash per hour. Horrendous. Hey, Phoenix Online techs, do something about it!

Curunir, Oct 18, 2014

The game released in a poor technical state but all the leaks were plugged promptly. The story is the same old classic people love so not much to say about that. Now that the most glaring, immersion-breaking technical issues have been dealt with, I can recommend this as a pretty decent way to relive the original without any DOSBox shenanigans.

fluxmulder, May 27, 2016

When I heard they were re-releasing this, I thought it would be a straight up remaster; upres the original graphics, improve the sound quality, squash a few bugs, etc. Instead they straight up remade the whole game. I'm not sure this was such a good idea. The original was VERY unique, created by a group of master artists and programmers at the now defunct Sierra. Pinkerton Road are quite frankly not up to the challenge. Yes, they may have more cutting edge tools at their disposal, but it's like telling a high school art student to recreate the Mona Lisa. Some of the "improvements", such as streamlining down the UI, feel like concessions made for the casual crowd. Go back and play the original if you want the true authentic experience.