Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers 20th Anniversary Remake


We are big fans of Jane Jensen here on Nerdy but Flirty: we’ve interviewed her, done a preview of her upcoming game Moebius, and reviewed all four parts of Cognition, which Jane was a consultant on. Jane is most well-known for her Gabriel Knight series, and for the game’s upcoming 20th anniversary, Jane has licensed the IP from Activision and is releasing a remake of Sins of the Fathers, the first game in the series! The remake will be out for Windows, Mac, iPad, and Android in mid-2014. Phoenix Online Studios will be programming the game, and Jane is the lead designer.

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“I’m thrilled to be back at work on Gabriel Knight and to bring this classic game to a new generation of players,” says Jane. “It’s a designer’s dream to be able to enhance the game and bring in more New Orleans flavor than technical limitations allowed us to in 1993. It’s going to look and feel like a brand new title. But never fear, 100% of the original Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers is here. I hope both existing fans and new players will love it.”

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You will get the same storyline as the original with updated graphics, music by the original composer, and all-new voice actors. If you want to play the original before the remake is released, you can get it on GOG for $5.99.

Visit the official site, follow Jane Jensen on Twitter, and like Pinkerton Road on Facebook.

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