That was fascinating, in particular GK3 being blamed for the demise of adventure games. That's a shocker to someone like me who came later to adventure games and loves GK3 as much as GK2. I hope a GK4 doesn't take as long as Gray Matter, which I thought dull, wooden and colorless but better than nothing. In terms of time, I don't want to be screaming in the home-for-little-old-lady-sheep-farmers that I want the Gabriel Knight 4 game for pc on disk and have the staff attribute both the title and the demand for a disk to senile dementia. "There, there, dear, have a nice valium and watch Gunsmoke reruns. You like hard puzzles with beautiful graphics? Can we say jigsaw?"
No, no. The nightmare is too frightening. I want to have enough marbles left for at least half of a serpent rouge or maybe a quarter, that would be about as much as I got myself the first go round. I was newer to adventure games then. I might get more but certainly not all of the clues now. Imagine that two of the first wonderful adventure games you played were GK2 and 3. They gave me unrealistic expectations, I suppose.
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