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

Posted by Philip Jong.
First posted on 21 November 1999. Last updated on 08 August 2009.
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Fans have dubbed game designer Jane Jensen to be the last hope to save the troubled adventure genre. Her awarding-winning Gabriel Knight series has lured in numerous adventure fans, both new and old. Despite her infallible track record, many gamers feel unease when it is found that the next sequel in the series, Gabriel Knight 3: Blood of the Sacred, Blood of the Damned, has abandoned the…

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Wow, I don't think I've ever read so many spoilers in a single review - come on guys.

Sweden By Victor • On 09 February 2013 • From Sweden


I am in the train station on day 1 4:00 - 6:00 PM and I already talked to everyone I could in that time period. I am about to pick up the paper that is lying in the sand by the ashtray and Gabriel says something when he picks it up but then I look in the inventory and it's not there. I don't get any points. I don't know what's going on, must be some glitch.

United States By Osiris • On 15 September 2012 • From United States


Classic game. The whole series is such a high point in adventure gaming. Most adventure games only get played through once, but I've played each Gabriel Knight game at least 6 times, always finding something new. They're that good. And I always get a little sad when I reach the ending of Gabriel Knight 3, for several reasons. I still hold out hope that one day there will be a continuation, and we'll get to see what happens next with Gabriel and Grace. They're like old friends I miss very much.

United States By James • On 28 December 2010 • From Oakland


I loved it, but it's really sad (and it made me angry) that we don't know what faith had for Gabriel and Grace.

Estonia By Anne-Mari • On 12 December 2010 • From Tallinn, Estonia


Best game in the series, and one of the most fascinating games ever.

Brazil By Eder Rm • On 18 August 2008 • From Brazil


Always in my top 3 favorite games of all time.
Yes, it had poor graphics and clumsy controls, but the plot, the music and the atmosphere were AWESOME!

Check my photos from my trip to Rennes le Chateau in 2001, and see the great research the developers did for the game.

Spain By jaf • On 26 January 2008 • From spain


Is Jensens Gray Matter out yet? Has anyone played it? Can't wait for more games like GK...
The orange mountain... hmm... I remember watching it with something, maybe a spyglass or smthng. Good luck, Helen!

Finland By catter • On 24 March 2007 • From hki, fin

Dear Helen,

I am sorry but I played with GK3 many years ago and I can not remember your situation. :-(
But if you like such a genre as Jane Jensen's Gabriel Knight, you should try 'The Mystery of the Druids'.

Is there a petition for GK4 ? :-)

Hungary By Bakoú • On 23 March 2007 • From Hungary



I think Gabriel Knight trilogy is one of the best adventure game serial. I can recommend almost every adventure gamers all over the world, because its atmosphere is incredible.

Best wishes,

Hungary By Bakoú • On 23 March 2007 • From Hungary


Help, please!! I'm really into the game and cannot wait to get to the end but I can't get to the orange mountain on the last day - it just won't light up on the map. Did anyone else have this problem - what did you do?! I've really enjoyed the game - like everyone else, I'd love a GK4 - are there others similar that anyone can recommend?

Great Britain (UK) By Helen Jones • On 11 February 2007 • From cambridge, england
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