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SummaryTwo great games, but worth the price?
The GoodThere's nothing to not like about these two classic adventure games. Both of them are milestone examples of the genre, and essential for any vintage gaming fan to own. The addition of the novelization of the first game adds a lot of value, and the CD soundtrack to Gabriel Knight 2 is gorgeous and well worth a listen.
The BadThere really isn't enough of a package here to justify the (at the time) $50 price tag. Now that the package is out of print, the value has gone up. The games aren't supremely compatible on today's Windows machines without some third-party patching, so these are essentially the same versions of the games you can find for cheaper individually on Ebay.