Gabriel Knight

Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers 20th Anniversary Edition launches in October, preorders open now

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The 1993 release of Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers was something of a departure for Sierra, which was, and is, better known for light-hearted fare like King's Quest, Space Quest and Leisure Suit Larry. Even so, the supernatural horror adventure about a New Orleans bookstore owner was a hit, spawning two sequels and, soon, a 20th Anniversary Edition remake.

Gabriel Knight interview: Jane Jensen on the revival of her classic adventure game

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Veteran game designer Jane Jensen and her indie studio, Pinkerton Road, have been working on a 20th anniversary remake of the classic Sierra point-and-click adventure Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers since last year. After co-designing King's Quest VI in 1992, Jensen got her first shoot at designing and directing her own project. That game was Gabriel Knight, the story of a New Orleans writer who investigates a series of ritualistic voodoo murders and discovers he’s the descendant of a long line of monster hunters. Pinkerton Road plans to launch the Gabriel Knight remake in early fall.

Jane Jensen recently spoke to PC Gamer about what's changing in the Gabriel Knight remake, the revival of the Sierra brand, and her hopes for a new game starring everyone’s favorite N’awlins Schattenjäger.

Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers is being remade, published by Activision

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Adventure game classic Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers is being remade to celebrate the game’s twentieth anniversary. Series creator Jane Jensen announced a partnership with Activision to create a polished-up remake true to the original story that will be arriving in 2014.

It's adventure time on GOG with up to 50% off classic Activision games

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One of our favorite digital distributors is running the "Adventures with Activision" promo this weekend, bringing to mind heartwarming tales of friendship, ponies, and heavy discounts on classic games. It's like my childhood all over again!

Gabriel Knight creator Kickstarting new Sierra-style adventure games

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Jane Jensen, creator of classic adventure series Gabriel Knight, has formed a new studio called Pinkerton Road with her husband, musician Robert Holmes, and is raising $300,000 on Kickstarter to put toward the development of at least one new adventure game. The studio is based out of the couple's farm in Lancaster County, PA, and the games will be developed by "a small, core team, including Jane and Robert," and two external development teams.