The game ratings for each category and platform are displayed below. The score for a particular platform is the average of all categories. Games must have 5 votes before they are given a MobyScore.

Breakdown by Rating Category

Acting
The quality of the actors' performances in the game (including voice acting).
3.9
Gameplay
How well the game mechanics work (player controls, game action, interface, etc.)
3.9
Graphics
The quality of the art, or the quality/speed of the drawing routines
3.9
Personal Slant
How much you personally like the game, regardless of other attributes
4.0
Sound / Music
The quality of the sound effects and/or music composition
4.1
Story / Presentation
The main creative ideas in the game and how well they're executed
4.2
Overall User Score (211 votes)4.0

Breakdown by Platform

Platform Votes Total
DOS 58 4.0
      Acting 3.8
      Gameplay 3.9
      Graphics 3.9
      Personal Slant 4.0
      Sound / Music 4.0
      Story / Presentation 4.1
Macintosh 6 3.3
      Acting 0.0
      Gameplay 3.2
      Graphics 3.3
      Personal Slant 3.3
      Sound / Music 3.3
      Story / Presentation 3.2
Windows 111 4.1
      Acting 3.9
      Gameplay 4.0
      Graphics 4.0
      Personal Slant 4.2
      Sound / Music 4.1
      Story / Presentation 4.4
Windows 3.x 36 3.8
      Acting 4.0
      Gameplay 3.8
      Graphics 3.8
      Personal Slant 3.8
      Sound / Music 3.9
      Story / Presentation 4.1


User Reviews

Grandma, why are your teeth so big?.. DOS Oleg Roschin (174088)
Is it possible for something to be above the best!? Yup, I guess it is :) Windows MAT (132778)
Very good, but WHY an interactive movie style? Windows Gav Powell (25)
The Quality FMV Game Windows Game22 (42)
The epitome of a good full motion video game? Not even close. DOS -Chris (7308)
A gripping story and a true achievement Windows jTrippy (63)
The Gabriel Knight Series sets the bar for other adventure games to beat Windows mclazyj (28)
More good than bad things Windows frin (149)
A victim of the dreaded FMV-death Windows Joakim Kihlman (269)
Excellent, but what does Richard Wagner and King Ludwig II have to do with werewolves? Windows *Katakis* (38170)