The third game in the series takes Gabriel Knight, the former owner of a book store in New Orleans, and now a Schattenjäger ("shadow hunter") living in a castle in Bavaria, to Rennes-le-Chateau, a quiet town in Southern France. Gabriel and his assistant Grace Nakimura investigate the kidnapping of a baby: the son of Prince James of Albany was taken away, and the trace leads to Rennes-le-Chateau. While exploring the town and its surroundings and getting acquainted with the unusual history of the place, Gabriel and Grace realize that supernatural beings are pulling the strings behind the stage, and become involved in a mystery with a religious background dating back to the very beginnings of Christianity.Gabriel Knight 3: Blood of the Sacred, Blood of the Damned
is a 3D adventure game. Playing as Gabriel or Grace, the player navigates the characters through fully 3D environments, which can also be viewed and explored from first-person perspective using the "camera" option. The player interacts with people and objects by clicking on them and then selecting one of the available actions. There are many kinds of puzzles in the game: traditional inventory-based ones, detective investigation, as well as complex puzzles based on the player's knowledge and understanding of the game's lore.
- "狩魔獵人3：聖魔血祭" -- Taiwan spelling
- "狩魔猎人3" -- Chinese spelling (simplified)
- "Гэбриэл Найт 3: В поисках Грааля" -- Russian spelling
- "GK3" -- Common abbreviation
- "Gabriel Knight 3: Testamento del Diablo" -- Spanish title
- "Gabriel Knight 3: Sangue Profano" -- Brazilian title
- "Gabriel Knight 3: Krew Świętych, Krew Potępionych" -- Polish title
- "Gabriel Knight 3: Il Mistero di Rennes-Le-Château, Il Mistero Macchiato di Sangue" -- Italian title
- "Gabriel Knight 3: Enigme en Pays Cathare" -- French title
- "Gabriel Knight 3: Blut der Heiligen, Blut der Verdammten" -- German title
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Grace now has a computer that keeps all the shadow hunter's data and is called SIDNEY. The thing is, that when you enter "Gabriel Knight 4" as a topic of research, you get a ghost story. Jane Jensen affirmed that if GK4 ever gets out, as a book or a game, it will be about ghosts.
This entry to the MobyGames database was contributed by Andy Roark (253)
on Nov 27, 1999.