Pseudo_Intellectual (44700) on Feb 21, 2012
They're both decent, if unremarkable, games that distinguished themselves with the technology of their era in what were then popular genres. Jill has only persevered due to the Tomb Raider factor. I don't mean to dismiss the gameplay as immaterial, but her niche in history is primarily on account of being a freely-distributed cheesecake mascot appealing to pre-pubescent boys who didn't fully understand why they found her so compelling.
Me, I liked the character transformation, a taste that the BBC game Imogen drilled into me years earlier.