Gabriel Knight is the owner of a New Orleans bookstore which specializes in rare books. He's also an aspiring writer, and a series of VooDoo related murders currently plaguing the city may ... See full summary »

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Det. Mosely / Jeep Driver (voice)
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Grace Nakimura (voice)
Virginia Capers ...
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Dr. John (voice)
Leilani Jones ...
Malia Gedde (voice)
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Wolfgang (voice)
Susan Silo ...
Madame Cazanoux (voice)
Christopher Lytton ...
Crash (voice) (as Chris Lytton)
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Desk Sgt. Frick / Blues Band Leader / Cajun Band Leader / Jazz Band Leader / Muscle Man Pedestrian / Dragon / Gunther (voice)
Mary Kay Bergman ...
Gerde / Little boy / Old Lady / Operator (voice)
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Prof. Hartridge / Bartender Stonewall King / Markus (voice)
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Watchman Toussaint Gervais (voice)
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Willy Walker (voice)
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Gabriel Knight is the owner of a New Orleans bookstore which specializes in rare books. He's also an aspiring writer, and a series of VooDoo related murders currently plaguing the city may be just the subject for his new book. In the course of researching these murders, he gets tangled up in the investigation... Written by Afterburner <aburner@erols.com>

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Only you can stop the nightmare See more »

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Drama | Horror | Mystery

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T

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17 December 1993 (USA)  »

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The bookstore that Gabriel owns is located in the famous Bourbon St of the French Quarter, New Orleans. See more »

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At one point, Gabriel attends a college lecture which he also records with his tape recorder. At the end he gets drowsy and falls asleep. As he does so the lecturers statement become garbled indicating Gabriel's loss of focus. When the tape is played back, one would expect the end of the lecture to not be garbled, since the tape recorder itself doesn't fall asleep, but the end of the recording repeats the same garbled ending. See more »

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Grace Nakimura: I told you, it's that voodoo book you're researching, that stuff can seriously screw up your karma.
Gabriel Knight: I'm sure that's it. Maybe I should write a horror novel on passive resistance instead.
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References Laura Bow 2: The Dagger of Amon Ra (1991) See more »

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Quite possibly the best adventure game ever made
16 March 2000 | by (Georgia) – See all my reviews

While the graphics look outdated now, and the music is all midi-based instead of digital, the first in the Gabriel Knight trilogy remains one of the best adventure games ever made. I spent many months absorbed in the great story and deep characters created by Jane Jenson, the literary genius of the computer game world. The designers got the atmosphere of New Orleans perfect for the technology of the time, and the music is astoundingly good! If you're a fan of incredible characters and an atmosphere you can lose yourself in, check this fine piece of work out.


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